Boomer (East Anglia Dog Rescue, fostered Suffolk)

Gorgeous blue Boomer is a friendly Staffy Cross boy who is about 10 years old and needs to find a new home. He is being rehomed via a small rescue named East Anglia Dog Rescue and is in a foster home in Suffolk. Note that Boomer doesn’t appear on their website at the time of publishing this page.

Boomer is a lovely active boy but he isn’t too bouncy. He loves cuddles and adores being around people. Boomer is also fine with dogs, though he isn’t overly keen on small dogs. He needs a home without cats but will happily live with older children.

Boomer is neutered and said to have no current health problems.

As is it is a small rescue, East Anglia Dog Rescue prefer to rehome within East Anglia, but if you are a little further afield and think you could offer Boomer a perfect home, it would certainly be worth enquiring about him. The rescue works on a foster with a view to adoption basis, to make sure each dog is happy in its new home before it is officially adopted. A home check and adoption fee will apply.

If you are interested in finding out more about Boomer and the foster-to-adopt arrangements, you can speak to Lesley of East Anglia Dog Rescue as follows:

Tel: 07729 219868
Or complete the Adoption Enquiry form on East Anglia Dog Rescue’s website.
You can also find out more about Boomer on Facebook here

Please mention that you saw Boomer on the Oldies Club website.

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