16/2/19 – Hamish has found a new home!
Lovely little Hamish is a 10-year-old Yorkshire Terrier who was rehomed by Freshfields Animal Rescue in 2013 but has sadly found himself back there due to the ill health of his owner.
Hamish is a friendly boy but can be a little timid to begin with. He has never been around young children and therefore needs an adult-only home without any children planned for the future. He does not get along with other dogs or cats and will need a pet-free home.
Do not be fooled by his age as Hamish is a little livewire who looks and acts much younger. He is full of fun and he loves attention and walks. He is just adorable and even smiles at you. He likes to play with toys and is happy to curl up next to you on the sofa. He is used to being groomed, and although he is okay to be picked up he can panic and prefers to have all four paws on the ground.
Hamish was briefly cared for by relatives, and in the short time he spent there Hamish was well behaved, but he did have a couple of accidents initially, however this was due to him being unsettled. He was house trained in his previous home.
Hamish will make a fantastic companion and Freshfields are very sad to see him back in kennels. They hope he does not have to wait long to find his new home.
Could you offer Hamish a fun but quiet home?
Contact Freshfields Animal Rescue as follows:
Phone: 0151 931 1604
Please mention that you saw Hamish on the Oldies Club website.