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Sarah Shaw
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Patterdale terrier

13 August 2019, 18:26

Illinois, Township of Buck

Price 50 USD

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Re homing our 3 year old Patterdale terrier (Born 17th Nov 2014). She black short haired with small patch of white on chest. Small dog.

Comes with cage, travel car cage, bowls, food, lead, flea and wormed treatment etc. Neutered.

Good with Children (we have 2 & 6 year old). Good with other dogs. Good off lead in secured places but needs lead when risk of chasing farm animals as typical terrier. Nervy round people when out but building confidence. Quiet dog. Toilet trained and cage trained. £50ono for cage etc not the dog. Needs a loving home and will ONLY go if we happy. Only rehoming due to change in family circumstance.

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Is she still available xxx

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Pmd you Sarah Shaw

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Claire Langton it’s like a mini Sophie

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Janet Dunkerley

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Hi Sarah, just because of all the horrific things that can happen to dogs sold or given away on social media, here are checks you can do to make sure the new owners are who they say they are: a home check, ask to see photographic ID and a utility bill with their name and address on during the home check. Get vet references if possible. Friend them on social media and scrutinise their pages, Google them, and look for past local newspaper/news reports on them. Don’t give your pet away for free or for a small amount of money (charge upwards of about £100). Consider re-homing through a reputable rescue, but make sure they do all these checks. Also get the new owner to sign a legally binding contract stating they cannot pass the pet on to anybody else, and must only return to you, or notify you and re-home through a rescue that you approve. ***Don’t risk taking people at face value, even if they seem to ask all the right questions, and no matter how offended they may appear to be. If they care about the safety of pets, they will understand why you need to do all the checks*** This article warns of what can happen to pets re-homed without all these checks: http://www.aidanimals.com/free-to-good-home.html ❤️Xx

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Jacquie Butler xx

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Is she still available x

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Julie Hargreaves

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I’ve pm’ed you x

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Inboxed u x

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