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Eddie (Private rehoming, Wales)

This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.
29th January 2013

Eddie (Private rehoming, Wales)

posted in Rehomed Dogs |

12/3/13 Eddie has found a home!

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This handsome, tall, lean chap is called Eddie and he is a 10 year old, dark and tan Doberman. He is being rehomed privately by his owner due to a change in circumstances whereby Eddie is no longer getting the adequate time and attention he deserves. Eddie is at home in Caerphilly, Wales.

Eddie is a great all-rounder and can live with other dogs and cats. He is used to living with two young children and he has been around them since birth. He is also used to being left alone while his owner is at work.

Eddie is still active and enjoys going for walks and runs in park. He’s good in the car and seems to have no dislikes at all. He enjoys being played with, but then he enjoys being left alone to lay on his bean bag, looking out the front window and watching the world go by.

Eddie is neutered and has no current health problems. He did suffer as a pup with bad skin which has left a bald patch on him.

Eddie’s not only good-looking but also so easy-going too! Quite perfect in every way.
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If you would like to offer Eddie a new home or would like further information about him, please contact his owner, Greg, as follows:

Email:
Please mention that you saw Eddie on the Oldies Club website.

Prospective adopters will be homechecked and Greg has confirmed that he will take Eddie back if the new home doesn’t work out for any reason.

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Oldies Club suggests you read our article Questions for Adopters which is written to help people who are planning to adopt a dog from a private owner rather than a rescue.

Tags: Active Oldie, Calmer and Quieter, Good with cats, Good with kids, Good with other dogs, Large and Lovely, Wales
This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.
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