3 dogs at Waggy Tails Rescue in Dorset need new homes

If you’re looking for a new four-legged friend, one of these three might do the trick.

Currently in the care of Waggy Tails Rescue in Dorset, these dogs are all looking for forever homes.

The charity, based in Wimborne, rescues and relocates in East Dorset and West Hampshire, enabling them to carry out due diligence and follow-up visits.

Waggy Tails also runs an advice service to help owners with pet issues, directing inquiries to the best help available if needed.

If you are unable to adopt a dog at this time, you can still offer your support by making a donation.

But if you have the time and space to welcome a new pet into your home, maybe one of these beautiful dogs could be your newest BFF.

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Raising: french bulldog

Age: 2 years

Frank was very anxious when he arrived, but has now calmed down and enjoys playing ball.

Frank needs practice as he is a strong lead, so he will need time and patience from an owner experienced with bull breeds.

He is happy with other dogs when on the go and wants to make friends.

Frank is a one-on-one dog, so he must be the only pet in his new home.

For more information on Frank, visit the Waggy Tails website.


Echo of Bournemouth:

Raising: Jack Russell

Age: 13 years

Toby is very active for his age and enjoys his walks provided he has plenty of opportunity to sniff.

He likes to be with people and is sociable with other dogs.

Toby is very affectionate and loves taking the time to climb towers or just have company. He would like a home where he gets lots of attention and where he is not left alone for long periods of time.

Toby is on a special diet which will have to continue in his new home – he will be relocated under a special contract where the charity will help with vet costs.

For more information on Toby, visit the Waggy Tails website.

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Echo of Bournemouth:

Raising: golden doodle

Age: 1 year

Trey was born with a shortened and deformed front leg, but since he’s never known anything else moves smoothly.

Although his demeanor is improving a lot, he can still be willful and strong and also quite vocal.

He didn’t like his harness initially and used to run away and then refuse to move once it was in place, but now knows he’s not fun walking around unless he don’t wear it, he calmed down when he left the house and likes his walks.

He is a friendly dog ​​who loves making new canine friends and is learning to approach them politely and can now walk away happily.

Trey loves his food and can be a bit opportunistic when things are left out, but isn’t destructive when left out and he waits patiently at the door for his adoptive mother to return.

Trey has a loving personality and will be a great companion for the right person. He is looking for a special home where his new owners won’t worry about his disability.

For more information on Trey, visit the Waggy Tails website.

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