Current Status: Available Budds' Story :
Budds was handed in to a council pound by 'finder' as a stray but suspected owner: Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving his life. Budds is neutered; chipped a& fully vaccinated. Budds is now in Guildford Kennels
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We work fast to secure our dogs their loving homes and can be talking to up to 10 families at any one time. Please remain open: We have the dogs we have. Our dogs need a supportive family to offer patience, time & tolerance to allow them to settle. Budds' progress through our Rescue belowOriginal Referral information : We work with our dogs & often reveal a different picture & positive skills as they build trust.
31.12.16: Good morning all, hope you had a peaceful Christmas. We just have one boy in the pound at the moment. A wee Staffie - dinky proper type staff. Strongly suspect the "finder" was the owner due to some of his comments - including how he wasn't allowed dogs in his flat so believe that's why handed in. He said he had nicknamed the dog "Budds" and he responds to it so am assuming that is actually his name.
NEUTERED male. Very handsome young man, photos don't' do him justice. Budds is very very friendly and biddable. A pocket rocket he likes to whiz around, loved the agility jumps and adores fuss and attention. Been very friendly towards all people, plays fetch etc, will work for food and toys but isn't possessive over anything. Needs some training but isn't a complete thug.
That's the good side. On the negative side he has been reactive towards other dogs. However, we do feel it is something that could be worked with as he can be called away from them and so on. He's basically a gobby little toerag when walks past the other dogs. It's also something that wonder how much is in the kennel environment as he is hyped up there but my gut feeling is that he is under-socialised with other dogs and would need some desensitising. I do think very much that there is a very good chance of bringing him round otherwise I wouldn't be sharing him of course. He's such a nice little lad. Ax
Budds comes into Guildford Kenns this week