Name: Coco
Breed: Crossbreed - medium size
Sex: Female
Age: 6 yrs
Colour: Tan with white
Dog friendly:

Not very confident at first but soon makes friends

Cats: Needs to be a confident cat that will stand it's ground
Children: 10 +

 

 

Coco has come into rescue due to her owners health issues as she is no longer able to walk her as she is too strong on the lead.

 

She is a really sweet girlie, full of fun and makes us laugh every day with her funny faces and playful antics!!! She would suit a fairly active home where there is lots going on as she is very inquisitive and likes to be involved with everything. Coco loves toys and seems to be reliving her second puppyhood with mad zoomies around the garden and field!!  Coco previously walked and stayed with other dogs but has not done so for a considerable time and we are hoping her new owner will gently introduce her back into this and she can once again have some doggy friends to interact with. 

 

When she arrived at HQ we were concerned about her urination pattern and subsquent tests and scans revealed a large bladder stone which had been there for a long time. This has now been surgically removed and she has had two clear post op urine tests and is now back on a normal diet and we are confident with regular exercise and normal access to water that this will not occur again.

 

Coco has recently been to stay with an existing home and their 10 yr old Lab boy Monty. During her stay it became very apparent that she is quite a Miss Bossy Boots and wasn't keen to share any of the attention with Monty, and would stop him entering rooms by rushing in front of him or chasing him away, whilst there was no agression, the poor timid lad felt quite intimidated and as such we feel she would be best suited to a home whereby she is the only pet but has doggy friends to play with on walks. Monty's mum Gilly, said she was such a lovely girlie, clean and well behaved but sadly too much for Monty x

 

All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and  neutered  where medically appropriate.

 

Please note that due to limited resources we are only able to rehome our dogs within a 20 mile radius of Reigate.

 

You can also see videos on our YouTube channel HERE & more photos HERE

If you would like to apply to home this dog, please complete our homing application HERE.

 

Please also take the time to read our Guidance Notes on Adopting a Rescue Dog -  HERE,  so that you know how to prepare and what to expect with your new dog.  We would also encourage you to research  the breed that you are looking for,  to ensure  that they suit your family and lifestyle.