Roger is a smiley kinda guy, big and friendly, and despite carrying a few extra pounds he's pretty light on his feet
As Roger arrived as a stray, we really don't know much about him. But what's to know? He's a lovely boy, he makes friends easily, he hasn't put a paw wrong since he arrived!
Roger wasn't much interested in the toys on offer, he was far too busy exploring his new surroundings
And once he had sniffed around the boundaries, Roger was more than happy to show us his best 'sit' for a treat!
For more information or if you'd like to meet this handsome boy please phone the Dogs' Home: 029 2071 1243 or visit Cardiff Dogs' Home, Westpoint Industrial Estate, Penarth Road, open 7 days a week, 10.30 - 4pm.
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For more information about the rehoming process at Cardiff Dogs Home, please click HERE
I took this fabulous fella out for a walk and it is hard to believe she was ever a stray. He walks perfectly on the lead, barely pulling at all. He knew how to stay and wait for the traffic to pass when choosing the road, to ask for water. He is a very intelligent chap and has bags of personality to boot! He didn't really want to stay still for too long to have his picture taken, but I managed to sneak a couple of doggy selfies in! During our walk we saw other dogs along the lane to CDH, cyclists, cars, and he wasn't phased by any of it. He would make a fantastic addition to any home.
I walked this lovely chap recently. He was clearly keen to get out and about although enthusiastic in his greetings to staff he met on route. He is a strong fellow but it would be unfair to judge him on pulling when he is stuck in kennels so future family give him a chance to enjoy his freedom and he will no doubt walk nicely. To any prospective adopters of any dog please give them at least nine months to settle in as none of us truly know how they feel about the change in their circumstances which finds them in kennels through no fault of their own.