RSPCA Essex South & Southend Branch

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Dogs Page

"Problem Dogs, Lost or Stray Dogs are the legal responsibility of your Local Authority. Please contact your local authority if you have a complaint or concern over a problem dog, stray dog or lost dog as dogs of this nature are entrusted by them to local dog pounds.  The dogs featured on this page have been rescued by the RSPCA for various other reasons ranging from animal cruelty/welfare to bereavement of theprevious owner. "

Welcome To our Dogs Sponsorship Page

We regularly have a number of rescue dogs awaiting a new home. New dogs come in to us all the time and we try to keep the website up to date to allow the dogs to be rehomed as soon as possible.

If you would like details of any of the dogs we have for rehoming please contact Bonnie on 07749 175023.

Thank you for taking the time to consider us.

 

Toby REHOMED


 ################## REHOMED #############Toby is a two year old male English Mastiff. Toby is looking for a new home because his owners cannot give him the attention he deserves. Toby is a very friendly boy who would like a new home where he can have nice walks, but he is strong on lead as he has never had any training, so he will need training to help learn how to walk nicely, he does know basic commands. He is not destructive and can be left for a few hours, but not more. Toby is house trained and has lived with children and a small female dog. Toby is NOT cat friendly and is also a bit of a food thief!
In summary;
Toby can
- live with children 10+ (can be too bouncy for smaller ones)
- live with a smaller female dog (subject to intros)
- travel well
- be left a few hours
- not destructive
- house trained
- benefit from some general training
NOT CAT FRIENDLY!

Toby will be neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped, flea and worm treated and will come with 6 weeks free pet insurance. Please call 07749 175023 to offer a foster or forever home.



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