Ursu

Dogs Details

Dog Name
Ursu
Date Of Birth
01 Apr 2018
Size Of Dog
Large
Neutered
No
Dog Friendly
Yes
Cat Friendly
Unknown
Dogs Location
Romania
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Ursu is *RESERVED*

Ursu and his sister were found as small puppies full of fleas, ticks and lice. Their hair was missing from parts of their bodies and they were in a very bad way. Now, however, after they have been loved and nurtured they are ready to find a home. Ursu is stunning - an absolute beauty - tricolour with a white chest, white paws and attractive face markings. He is very loving with dogs and people. He also loves cats but he wants to play with them (not in an aggressive way) and really is too big so he is probably better in a home without cats or with a cat who is used to big playful dogs. At the moment when he is eating he doesn’t like other dogs going near. This is sometimes the case with dogs and puppies who have been near to starvation. It often rights itself when they are in their own home and realise they have food on tap and is usually an easy problem to solve. We are looking for a loving family who are used to living with a large (possibly extra large) dog. Shoulder height 40cm at 3 months

All potential adopters will have to undergo a screening and home check process. This can take between 1-10 days dependant on available volunteers to perform your home check. All volunteers for ABLDR are unpaid and do this in their spare time whilst also holding down regular daytime jobs. Please be patient whilst we complete these checks. They are set to protect not only the dog but also you, the adopter, from adopting the wrong dog for your family. If you wish to adopt one of our lovely dogs please fill in an Adoption Application and our dog co-ordinator will be in contact with you very shortly to discuss your request. We aim to contact all new adoption applications within 24 hours and certainly within 48 hours.

Contact Info

        Head Office 
           137 Picasso Way
           Shoeburyness
           Essex, SS3 9UY
        07860543363
       website@abldr.org.uk