Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Rayleigh Essex

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Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Rayleigh Essex

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:00 pm

Originally posted Mon May 13, 2013 by xxlynne
Current Status Homed

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Homing Requirements: Stan the man needs a loving family he has spent too long in Rescue but has enjoyed 8 months in foster with a multi dog pack. Stanley needs a secure garden to play games and relax in. Stanley needs time to settle. Only issue family need to not hype his energy up but employ it in companionship of the family or another dog. Not for live in children.

Video: Stanley off lead playing with Tia
Video: Stan and Tilly Staffy xx

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Video: Stanley with the Girls
Video: Stanley off lead

His Story: Stanley was found stray abandoned or lostbut unclaimed. he waited for over 3 months for a rescue place and now is in the heart of our rescue anddoing really well. StanLey is nEutered,chipped and vax'd. In boarding kennels Guildford, Surrey.

Advert: Stanley is such a dynamic dog. He needs to reconnect with life after 1 year in kennels. Stanley is easy peasy – he meets people and dogs wIth a casual and yet happy note,as though being reunited and friends. Stanley offers his heart, offers the love he has in abundance. Housetraining shouLdn't bean issue based on brief spells within our volunteers homes. He travels well in the car within a travel crate.

Stanley is a 4 year old BoxerX lurcher with joules and a slender light frame and is light in mood. Stanley is happy and social by nature and loving ..oh so loving. Stanley would love to use his mind and a training course would show him to be the star he is and train him to listen...which the kennel environment does the reserve. He would benefit to achieve command and learn to 'dance'!

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[b]See Stanley's Thread Below: Watch his progress through our Rescue{/b]
[b]OriGinal ReFerral Details: {/b] sBT entire male, approx. 2yrs old. A gentle, trusting boy who loves a fuSs and just\0wants to be Your friEnd StanleY wouLd thrive aS part of an active family, he is really lacking the stimulation and Exercise\0hE needS In kenNeLs. EMaCiated oN arriVal, StaNlEy is stIll underweight but is slowly gaining condition. This poor boY has had Very lIttle caRe\0or atTeNtion Until noW,\0so will\0need some basic training/manners and lead work. Stanley is very happy\0to meet Other dogs off lead, either out\0in the Runs (through feNces) or when they pass his kennel and stop to say 'hello'. May possibly need a reminder of houSetraining. Fully vaccinated.

Stanley has been in the pound since 13th February
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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:01 pm

Stanley arrived and impressed everyone he has met: Lovely vibe, joyous and sincere. Took loads of pictures but somehow still haven't captured his true beauty but had a go...
Margaret Chinquest welcomes Stanley into our Rescue
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Video: Stanley stretching his legs on arrival

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Video: Stanley the boy

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Stanley has a lurchery frame though no evident chase drive as yet, he also has a boxer feel and vibe. Booked in for neuter etc Thursday am

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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:01 pm

Walked the adorable Stanley yesterday. He has got such a lovely nature, loves a cuddle and gets in as close to you as he can. He was great with Tia, said hello very nicely then went charging around the Rottie paddock running rings around her
Will upload the video later, camera was set to hi-res so it should be ready by some time next week

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Video: Stanley off lead

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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:02 pm

Meet Stanley ... a very cheeky chappie and just a big puppy!

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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:02 pm

Took Stanley out for a walk the weekend before last. He was occupied with a bone when I entered his kennel but as soon as he noticed me he came trotting over and greeted me in a very friendly way. He was so enthusiastic on his walk and took the opportunity when we sat down on the grass for a rest to try and clamber onto my lap for a cuddle!
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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:03 pm

From walker Val

I took Stanley out for the whole of one Sunday. He was really lovely and so well behaved. He was no trouble in the car when I took him home some 14 miles. When we got in the house, he was really calm both in the house and in the garden but really enjoyed both! He liked to give me a big cuddle all the time. When we went up to Banstead Woods for 2 and half hours, he loved it, including meeting and talking to many people. He also was very happy meeting many different dogs, from very small dogs to a huge female Irish Wolfhound. All of whom were not on leads, Stanley was the only one on the lead, but he did not mind this at all.

All round he is a very lovely well behaved boy!!
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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:05 pm

Stanley came out for a long walk today, was the perfect gent with Tia and was of course more than happy for lots of fuss and cuddles. Stanley has got a lovely nature, very excited in kennels but calms as soon as he's out on his walk, a really good all round boy.

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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:06 pm

Met Stanley today for the first time - what a lovely fella he is :)
quite excitable in the kennels but once outside he soon settled down
had a bit of trouble getting over the first stile but then he was fine:

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Sticking his tongue out at someone

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another one who has a lovely temperament and full of kisses and cuddles
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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:07 pm

Stanley loved being out this morning and when we stopped to take photos he could not keep still and ended up on his back wanting tummy rubs.

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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:08 pm

Stanley and I really enjoyed our walk in the afternoon sun today :)

Stanley's moved kennels and it seems to have done him the world of good, he was in a very cuddly chillaxed mood today and very responsive to his name and 'good boy' (which he heard a lot !) :D

Infact, looking at my pics I haven't got one of him stood up !!! Having cuddles and fuss lying down in each one :laugh2:

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Such a gorgeous soft face :D
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On the way back we met the kennel staff, each one gave him a cuddle, he's a popular boy ! Here making the most of his fuss...

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Not content with sitting, he rolled over for a tummy rub !...

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Lovely walk, lovely boy :)
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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:08 pm

Stanley was up for another session on the catwalk at our photoshoot on Saturday. He was also up for a cuddle from all of us too!

Mr. Handsome ... looking in fine form if I say so myself!

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Wanting a cuddle from SarahK
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Re: Stanley Boxer x Lurcher DOB 2011 Heartford Foster

Postby Rescue Remedies » Tue May 27, 2014 3:12 pm

When we got to the kennels to pick up Stan we had Norman staffy in tow so decided to take the pair of 'em for a walk together. They rubbed along very nicely with lovely doggie etiquette. Such good boys! :D

Before we let any of our fosters meet the girls they always have a bath first; well we can't let the girls think we've bought home any waif 'n' stray... :wink: It took two of us to bath him as he was rather anxious at first but did relax once we started lathering him up; he certainly enjoyed the towel rub down and he looks even more gawjus.

He met all the girls nicely, had a nice meal and then time for a snooze in the crate for a while to gather his thoughts. He nips (in excited behaviour) quite hard, we did know that about him and he gave me my first bruise last night eh! ho! such fun!! He's not the first and won't be last dog to give me bruises. In his defence I do bruise very easily!! :wink: He is an easy dog, intelligent and very loving; the hard mouthing will be fairly easy to train out of him.

He's the first dog we've ever had that I've had to coax upstairs and get on the bed!!! :shock: Hmm! It may be because he associated our stairs with a bath as he walked up them fine the first time. Last night he decided he was going to sleep downstairs but today I've got him upstairs laying on the bed with me and the girls while I type this. There's nothing better, in my opinion, than seeing a foster totally relaxed and contented. Stan is underweight and will need to fill out a bit but he'll get there!

He was clean in the night which is always a bonus. He's been for a walk with Lee this morning and will be coming out with both of us and the girls this afternoon and then out for Paddy's night down our local for a couple of bevvies. :wink: :wink:

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