In Loving Memory: Sadly, this animal has now passed away.

Bruno, Bath Cats & Dogs Home

Bruno, BCDH

03/01/2009 We have heard the sad news today that Bruno has passed away. Here is what his walker at Bath Cats & Dogs Home had to say:

Just to inform you about Bruno, the Corgi cross from Bath Cats and Dogs Home. I was his walker for the last 5 years. Bruno was taken ill very suddenly and passed away on the last day of 2009.

It was a great shock to myself and his only other walker. Bruno has been buried in the home’s cemetery and his grave will be cared for by me.

Sleep tight old boy.

Bruno is a gorgeous ten-year-old Corgi Cross boy who has been waiting for a new home for a long time now. He’s being rehomed through Bath Cats & Dogs Home.

Bath Cats & Dogs Home said … Bruno is a friendly, sweet-natured little lad who bonds well with people. He was a little unpredictable in his previous home but hasn’t shown that side of himself here in kennels.

Bruno is a loyal little chap and is quite independent, not really a lap dog. He likes to be made a fuss of, but only on his terms and he can be stubborn sometimes. He’s therefore seeking an experienced owner who would be willing to work with him. He adores going for walks and is good on the lead. He’s also being muzzle trained so that he behaves better at the vets!

Bruno likes nothing more than splashing around in water and therefore loves hot, sunny weather when the paddling pools and hose pipes are out.

He needs a nice, calm household with no young children or visiting children. He’s good with some other canines, but needs to be the only dog and would prefer a new home without cats and where children are aged 18+. He’d really love to find a home with a female owner! He really is a lovely little chap who deserves a nice home.

Can you offer Bruno a new home? Bruno can be found in V Block with ID number 503.

If you are interested in offering Bruno a permanent, loving home, please contact Bath Cats & Dogs Home:

Tel: 01225 787321

Please let them know that you saw Bruno on the Oldies Club website.

You will need to visit the home to meet Bruno and and go through the rescue’s usual adoption procedure – please contact the home to make an appointment.

In Loving Memory: Sadly, this animal has now passed away.