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Dog of the Week: Playful Border Collie Sheldon is looking for his forever home

PUBLISHED: 13:55 03 March 2020 | UPDATED: 14:06 03 March 2020

Our Dog of the Week from Wallace Kennels Dog Rescue is one-year-old Sheldon. Picture: Wallace Kennels

Our Dog of the Week from Wallace Kennels Dog Rescue is one-year-old Sheldon. Picture: Wallace Kennels

Wallace Kennels

Our Dog of the Week from Wallace Kennels Dog Rescue is one-year-old Sheldon.

Our Dog of the Week from Wallace Kennels Dog Rescue is one-year-old Sheldon. Picture: Wallace KennelsOur Dog of the Week from Wallace Kennels Dog Rescue is one-year-old Sheldon. Picture: Wallace Kennels

He's neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped is needing. He enjoys a good run around, has patience and cooperative with much-needed training.

Coming from a home where he was left to his own devices for long periods of time, he has unfortunately become used to picking up belongings and having a chew.

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Sheldon may benefit from living with another dog and doesn't like being left alone.

"He just wants to play and run around - agility may also suit him. Children in the home need to be older as he still likes to mouth and nip which obviously hurts," explained Dee from Wallace Kennels.

"In the right home with the right owners it will not take Sheldon long at all to grasp what is required but he will not be instant perfect, he will need input, time, patience and continued training.

"On the plus side he has bags of love to give and loves a cuddle or three."

To give him a home, call Dee at Wallace Kennels on 01277 821032 or alternatively, fill out the application form.


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