9/11/19 – Sleepy Sid has found a home!
Sleepy Sid is a gorgeous Boxer Cross of around 10 years, in foster care through All Dogs Matter in North London. He can live with children from age 12 but wants to be the only pet at home. He’s been sadly overlooked for far too long, even though he’s such a lovely boy!
Sid is easy-going. His main requirements in life are comfort, a garden and fuss. He’s affectionate and rather solid, so you can imagine being leaned into for snuggles!
Sid is a very good in the car and in the home. He can be left for a few hours and will just snooze until you return, when he’ll greet you in his floppy, soppy way…
…just as soon as he wakes up!
Sid is a biddable lad who understands basic commands including sit, walk, stay, lie down, go to bed, come and “would you like a treat/something to eat?”. He has good recall especially when whistled for. He sleeps through the night and is always placid and gentle.
*URGENT FOSTER NEEDED FOR SID*.Meet Sid, an approx 8 to 10 year old Boxer Cross, who came into ADM after losing his home. .Sid is getting very depressed in kennels. As he is an old boy, he is not coping well on the hard kennel floors, and it is making his arthiritis worse. He is looking for a loving home, where he can relax and enjoy this days in warmth and comfort. .Sid is a large sized dog, so we are ideally looking for a home with direct access to a garden, and someone who has owned bull breeds before. Sid could live with children aged 12 years and over. He would prefer to be the only dog in the home (no cats please)..Could you foster Sid? Please contact the office – 020 8341 3196 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by All Dogs Matter on Tuesday, 29 January 2019
This big, adorable boy has a touch of arthritis and needs easy access to the garden. He’s a very undemanding chap with loads of love to give. He just needs his own people to belong to.
Could that be you?
To find out more about dear old Sid, please contact All Dogs Matter as follows:
Phone: 020 8341 3196
Or to fill in their rehoming questionnaire click here.
Please say you saw Sid on the Oldies Club website.
This replaces Sid’s original page dated 29th March 2019.