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Sam (Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue, Bradford)

28th December 2013

Sam (Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue, Bradford)

posted in Overlooked Oldies |

Gorgeous Sam is about 10 years old. He is being rehomed by Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue, who only rehome within the Yorkshire & Humberside area.

Sam will make a fabulous companion. He is very comical and oozes character – he is guaranteed to make you smile every day! Although he is OK with other dogs, he needs to be the only dog in his new home.

Sam is active and loves walks, but he would also suit an older person who has a nice garden for him to play in – he loves chasing toys and would be delighted if someone would play with him every day.

If Sam gets a new home local to Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue, they will class Sam as a long term foster dog, which means that the new owner will care for him as though he were their own, but Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue will cover any veterinary costs for illness, as long as it is a vet of their choice and taken for treatment with their knowledge. Sam is neutered and microchipped.

Sam is in emergency boarding at the moment and deserves a nice warm fire to spend New Year in front of! Could you help him?

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Sam is being rehomed by Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue, who only rehome within the Yorkshire & Humberside area. If you are interested in Sam, contact Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue as follows:

Email: enquire@yorkshirerosedogrescue.co.uk

Please mention that you saw Sam on the Oldies Club website.
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Tags: Active Oldie, Calmer and Quieter, Medium Sized, North East, North West, Staffy or Bully
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