To apply to rehome Fergus, please click the 'Come and meet me' button below. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found. PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO CONSIDER APPLICATIONS WITHIN A 1 HOUR DRIVE FROM OUR CENTRE (WR11 7RT). Fabulous little Fergus is such a fantastic little chap who is oozing with enthusiasm. His main carers here are always telling him what a good boy he is, although this is having to be paired-up with a "thumbs up" as Fergus is deaf. Since arriving in our care, Fergus has won us all over, however he did struggle a little when he previously headed to a new home. For a family willing to give some extra consideration in terms of hand signals and alternative training methods, Fergus will be an excellent addition to the home.
Fergus is a fairly indepedent chap who will be seeking a medium amount of physical exercise. He will need his own secure garden to explore without the chance of him escaping and going for a wander around without any supervision- As he cannot hear anything, calling him back will not be effective! This sweet boy is slightly bewildered by the recent turn that his life has taken, and will require some extra time to settle into a new home. He is getting to know his hand signals with the help of his handlers, and is always happy to learn new things when a tasty treat is promised for his best efforts. He will need his time left alone to be built-up gradually over time in his new home, and a couple of meets will be required in order for our team to guide Fergus' family through his special training programmes. Visitors to Fergus' previous home were a little too much for this sensitive boy to cope with, so he will require an environment without too many comings and goings.
Fergus is seeking a calm new home in an adult-only environment. He may be able to live with a canine companion, but will need his home to be free of cats and other small furry pets. Fergus is not always the first to approach new people, but prefers instead to be in their company without too much hands-on attention. Food will be the true way to this boy's heart, and the reward of fuss and cuddles will come further down the line.
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