Lassie

My name is Lassie.
I’m looking for a good home without frills where I can bring some joy in return for the basics. Following are some background details given to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Aged approx 11 years, born to working parents, I think my mother was some kind of a collie. Aged about six months I was brought to my new home. I had never been in a car before, I was very excited. My new owner was a decent sort living by himself, a hill farmer with bullocks & a few sheep. I fitted in well after some basic training, the work
wasn’t strenuous and the grub was nourishing.
The neighbour’s children brought a bit of excitement into my routine when they came around. I have a “live & let live” attitude to people, animals & other forms of life. We had a neighbouring cat that I loved to chase to start with, I ended up on civil terms with him despite a clawmark I still have on my left ear.
My owner was always kind, serenading me some nights singing “Willie the Mower” at the top of his voice! But he more than compensated for that in treating me kindly. His trips to Bantry brought a bone from the butcher and I was always taken to the vet when needed, and to be neutered.
Things changed when another dog arrived – just wandered into the yard, and then settled in as if he owned the place. He’s a small terrier. As might be expected we had territorial scraps at the outset but became close buddies. Now for the sad bit. My owner died suddenly about six months ago. My buddy, the terrier was adopted by a neighbour and though I still have my home and regular food, there’s no special person in my life to share my love. I am used to living in a barn, being out and about during the day. I don’t want anything fancy, just to hear my name called and nuzzle a friendly hand. I am available for interview at short notice and can give reliable references.
My friends are helping me, they will need to do a homecheck, so if you would
like to find out more about me, contact by email to: susy@rawr.ie

Shep

Shep is a Patterdale mix. He is small to medium size. Approximately 1.5 years of age. Found wandering on the 29th of December with bad facial injuries. He had to have his eye removed. Shep had no Chip or collar and was not neutered. He is now fully recovered and has also been chipped and neutered. He is a very friendly and loving dog. He would suit a home with older kids and no cats. He would need a secure garden. He seems to be good with other dogs. He is a very quiet dog and very rarely barks.  Please contact the rescue at info@westcorkanimals.com

Derrie

Derrie is approx. 3 years old, she was found as a very nervous stray. Derrie is very sweet natured, and loves her walks. She gets on great with other dogs, and has really started to warm up to everyone in the rescue. With a little time and encouragement she will make a great companion.

Derrie will need a calm home with a very secure garden.

 

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Masie

Maisie is a female hound mix, approx 6 months old.

She has a mischievous but sweet nature and loves a sing song!

She gets on great with other dogs, and is used to a home environment.

Maisie will need a home with an enclosed garden and someone who can continue her training and socialisation as she grows.

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Jake

Jake is an approx 4.5 year old Rottweiler.  Through no fault of his own he is in need of a new home. He is super friendly and great with everyone. For initial enquiries please contact the rescue on 0868500131.

 

Nulla-RESERVED

Nulla is a beautiful female Lurcher pup approx. 14 weeks old.

She has a beautiful nature, cheeky, playful and inquisitive. They have been reared at the rescue since they were only a few weeks old.

She is a bundle of fun energy and will make a fabulous family dog.

Nulla will need a home where loads of time and energy can be devoted to her for her training and socializing as she is so young.

A quieter rural home with loads of space would be a dream.

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Louie

Louie is a lurcher pup approx 14 weeks old.

He is very sweet and affectionate.

He is a quiet and inquisitive pup.

Louie will need a home where loads of time and energy can be devoted to him for his training and socializing as he is so young.

A quieter rural home with loads of space would be a dream for Louie.

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Rookie-HOME PENDING

Rookie is an older gentlemen. He will suit a home where someone is at home most of the day as he like company and although he isn’t entirely house trained he will go outside when left our regularly.

He is a fabulous character and a really sweet natured do who gets on well with other dogs and people.

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Pip

Pip is a male neutered JRT approx. 3 years old.

Pip is a typical Jrt, he has plenty of energy and can sometimes get a bit over excited but in a calm quiet environment is a very sweet little dog.

He walks well on lead but would benefit from some more training and socializing. He has been living with two other female terriers but we feel he may do best in a home where he is the only dog.

We would prefer to home him in a home without young children and in a calm quiet environment. He will need a very secure/fenced garden. Please fill out our rehoming questionnaire when enquiring about rehoming.

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Bailey

Bailey is a 1 year old male Golden Labrador.

He is a big boy with loads of energy and will need quite a lot of exercise to keep him stimulated.

Bailey is extremely strong onlead and will need someone who is able for this aswell as his training continued.

He will need a secure garden and a home without young kids as he is quite boisterous.

Bailey is not at the recuse, he is being homed from his current home but we are taking enquiries.

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