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  • September 9, 2019
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Thank We are indebted to Dogs Trust who take some of our trailhounds for rehoming. It gives people the opportunity to meet and adopt from all parts of the country. Please note that once a hound is in their care then their homing procedures and policies apply. We are always happy to talk to you about your hound but Dogs Trust make their own assessments when the hound is in their care. Various Dogs Trust kennels throughout the country take our hounds (mainly Leeds, Harefield and Canterbury) so please revisit this page regularly for updates.

Harefield Dogs Trust

Sandy is a handsome 3 year old boy who can be a little nervous of new or unfamiliar situations. He walks well on the lead and responds well to being called but further recall training will be needed to ensure it is secure. Sandy is a very friendly boy who got on well with all the dogs he met and he was clean in the kennel.  Sandy may take a little time to settle into his retirement life but his new family will be rewarded with a very loving friend.

Meet beautiful 16 mth old Bella,(right) but you’ll need to get in quick to make sure this lovely girl gets to share your sofa as she’ll be snapped up quickly!  Bella knows her name and responds to being called but, of course, her new family will need to continue her recall training. She was a delightful houseguest and got on well with her new kennel mate, Sandy, my four and dogs she met out on the walks. Bella walked well on the lead and was clean in her kennel and I think this gorgeous girl will settle into her new life very well.

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