This little fella was originally rehomed from Newport City Dogs Home, but things didn't work out for him, and he has been returned.
Life just isn't fair is it little guy?
Jake doesn't seem overly concerned to be back at the home, and wasted no time in getting the locals to chuck a ball! It's definitely Jake's favourite game!
Jake can't resist taking a flying leap over the smallest of 'obstacles'
It's just a row of kerbstones Jake!
Jake is a sensitive little fella, full of fun, and we haven't seen him put a paw wrong at the Home. He met resident meeter and greeter Bas and they got along brilliantly. The terrier boys will be strutting their stuff in the park next week, and in the meantime Jake has put on his best bandana smile for his rehomning profile pics.
He's not unhappy to be back, but Jake doesn't want to spend too long as a homeless dog. So if you'd like to meet him please contact NEWPORT CITY DOGS HOME TEL 01633 290 902 between 11am - 1pm and 2pm - 4pm, on weekdays, 11am - 1pm and 2pm - 3.30pm on Saturday. Please note: the home is CLOSED on Sundays.
Rehoming fees are from £120 depending on the age/breed of the dog, and include 1st vaccination, flea & worm treatment. It is a condition of the rehoming contract that all dogs are neutered, and subsidised vouchers are available for £35.
Post by Stephen Nicholls on Jan 9, 2018 15:01:43 GMT
hi i would love to know how old is Jake.and what is he like with children age between 2 years old to 9 years old plus what is he like if hes left on his own for a few hours.is he house trained plus what is he like with other dogs can you tell me why jake was returned back to the home thank you
I walked Jake today , a lovely boy with plenty of energy. Initially he pulled a little on the lead as he was keen to start walking but he soon settled down and walked at my pace. He acknowledged me when I spoke to him and took a few treats so gently. He was not bothered by passing traffic. A great walking companion who enjoyed being out and about.
We took Jake out today. Really lovely boy, so quiet! Wasn't too keen on being fussed, he was more focused on going for a walk, although he was happy for a tickle under his chin once we stopped for a break. Easy to walk on the lead, he pulled a little at first but calmed down quickly. Hope he finds his forever home soon!
Post by dogloverbridgend on Feb 7, 2018 10:47:40 GMT
hi there. is Jake still in need of a home? I have 2 children that are 2 and 4 years old. They are used to dogs and our old dog recently passed away and we miss him and miss having a dog in our lives. Jake looks lovely. Would he be able to be rehomed with children? thanks for help