ANIMALS NEEDING LOVING HOMES





THESE ANIMALS ARE NOT AT DBARC - WE ARE HELPING WITH THEIR RE-HOMING


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Cooper	Cooper	Cooper

COOPER

					
BREED		LABRADOR CROSS
AGE Aprox. 2 Years
SEX Male (Neutered)
DESCRIPTION Black
DETAILS
Cooper has gone to a foster home SO IS NOT AT THE CENTRE as he was getting so stressed in kennels, so if you are interested in offering him a home, please contact his fosterer for more information
UPDATE ON COOPER IN HIS FOSTER HOME:
Cooper has been having a great time in his foster home, but really needs his own special someone to love.
He has been out and about on group walks and to events, and has proved to be a lovely and loving guy with people, and fine with other dogs.
He needs a permanent new home, as he can't stay in foster forever! Cooper is a very active dog, so will need to go to someone who themselves enjoys an active lifestyle.
He is full of fun!! He would be too boisterous for someone not used to large dogs. He will need - and thoroughly enjoy - some further training at dog classes.
He will make a handsome, happy companion for the right person, so if that might be YOU, please ring his fosterer on 01932 571268 to have a chat about Cooper.
Look what a handsome boy he is now:

Handsome Cooper was found straying on a major road and taken in by the family who found hime. He was never claimed, and stayed with his resucers for about 2 months, but due to their work committments, he was spending all the day on his own and became very bored, amused himself by "reorganising" their garden so they asked if he could be rehomed.
Cooper is strong, very lively and active. He will need an owner who is experienced with dogs, and at home daytime.
He is a super friendly fellow, but far too lively to be homed with young children. He lived happiy with teenagers whilst in his initial rescuers home.
His finders had another, older dog and Cooper got along well with her, but we feel he would do best as an "only dog" as he really needs to bond to his human family. He is NOT good with cats.
While Cooper was with the family who rescued him he went on holiday with them to the seaside. Cooper loves to swim & he went out canoeing with them in the canoe, he also swam alongside the canoe for a mile, but he was attached to a lead while swimming.
He is a super fun boy, and will make a wonderful dog for someone willing to meet his needs for exercise and company.
He will need further training, he will need work on his recall and general doggie manners, so he would definately certainly need to enrol in training classes.