Current Status: AvailableSteve needs
a supportive family to offer time and tolerance to allow their new dog to settle. NB Our Rescue asks owners to maintain dogs on lead in public spaces and manage encounters, as dog law changes place dog's lives at greater risk.Known background:
Steve was bought as a puppy to join a working family with a baby and 3 children up to the age of 15 yrs. The family bought a Rottie bitch pup 5 months later and the 2 puppies grew up together until being large dogs proved too much for the family. They were crated all day when the parents were at work (8-6) The teenager did walk both when he came home from work but Steve's nerves were such he started to bark at some children and the son refused to walk him again. B. took Steve in May to join his girlfriend and their pug. The Rottie was given away by the original family. After splitting with his girlfriend B. had just Steve but his landlady met Steve and said B. had a week to get rid of him. A friend of the Rescue heard of the plight as no one was coming forwards as Steve shows nerves first meeting people. We stepped forwards to offer a Rescue place & to take Steve 21st Aug and save his life.
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***PLEASE HELP: We have to ask for suggested min. donation £175 at the time of adoption, to support so many dogs in kennels. We have no state sponsorship and exist on the goodwill of the public and our supporters. Rescue Remedies offers their dogs back up for life.Steve's Thread below: Watch progress through our Rescue Original Referral: Please remember this is the information we received from the referrer. Once a dog is with us and we begin to work with them and unpack them they can and often do reveal positive skills trust and transform behaviours
A call from a volunteer who asked if there was anyway we could help Steve as he had nowhere to go and was a nervous Shepherd x needing a firm anchor