17/5/13 Graham has been unwell for a while and he has sadly had to be put to sleep. Rest now Graham.
This gorgeous hunk is Graham and he’s a medium sized eleven year old crossbreed boy who has recently moved to National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) in Berkshire. Graham used to be in the care of NAWT in Watford, but because of his age it was felt he would do better with a few home comforts. The branch at Berkshire provides central heating, comfy sofas and chairs to give more of a home feel. However, what Graham would like most of all, is a forever home of his own.
Graham first came to be in rescue because he was stray and sadly he wasn’t claimed. He’s a very friendly boy who likes to think of himself as a lap dog, despite being a bit larger than the average lap!
He’s still quite an active boy and loves his walks, but he will need a little guidance from his new owner. When he gets his nose onto a scent he sometimes forgets there’s someone on the other end of the lead!
Graham is a good boy and he doesn’t bark or chew, but he is afraid of the dark, poor lad. He doesn’t always recognise people or other dogs if the light is too dim, so the staff leave the light on for him at night time. He’s therefore looking for an adult only home or one with older, sensible teenagers and he’d like to be the only dog please.
If you’d like to offer Graham his forever home, or find out more about him, please contact NAWT, Berkshire as follows;
Tel: 01488 638584
Please mention that you saw Graham on the Oldies Club website.