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HappyPaws Haven
, | Member since August 2017
Our Vision is to be an essential part of the community through schools, colleges, volunteers and community service organisations to be the best non-kill animal rescue rehabilitation and re-homing sanctuary that we can be. A safe place where all animals that are accepted are given the tools to live happy healthy lives in their new homes through working with and educating the community in regard to the behaviour of these animals including de-sexing and responsible pet ownership.

JJ

  • Breed: Border Collie X Fox Terrier Mix Dog
  • Age: 4 months
  • Received a call from a young lady with a pup saying that she could not keep him any more as he was far too active for her and he lived with her in an apartment. She thought he was going to be a mini foxie but he has grown to be bigger than a normal fox terrier. She felt that he needed more room and friends to play with and she is absolutely correct. He also needs to be with someone that is home a lot or works from home who is active as he loves being a part of everything. He gets on with other dogs is very active but at the same time very affectionate. He would make a wonderful companion dog for an active person. He is extremely smart so would get into trouble if left to his own devices as he is curious mischievous and gets into everything and wants to be a part of everything so will not be left behind. He is a lovely little man a typical pup!
  • Rescue Center: HappyPaws Haven
  • Phone: 0266449936
  • Tags: HappyPaws Haven Border Collie x Fox Terrier Mix Dog rescue
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About HappyPaws Haven

About HappyPaws Haven

Our Vision is to be an essential part of the community through schools, colleges, volunteers and community service organisations to be the best non-kill animal rescue rehabilitation and re-homing sanctuary that we can be. A safe place where all animals that are accepted are given the tools to live happy healthy lives in their new homes through working with and educating the community in regard to the behaviour of these animals including de-sexing and responsible pet ownership.