This lovely boy is in a tight spot and will find himself back in the refuge if we can’t help him as soon as possible…please? His sad face is one of resignation 😦
Please read all about Osmo written by the kind lady who is fostering him but now cannot keep him any longer due to health problems which may force her back to the UK with her other rescue dog.
“”I’ll begin by saying that Osmo must be one of the easiest dogs to manage as he is obedient and responsive and would never wander off! He’s affectionate and I think demonstrative.
He’s okay with cats if he is introduced and understands that a cat/cats are an integral part of his new place.
He needs to be the only dog as he is intolerant of other dogs in the house, not because he is in any way aggressive or attacks, but just he’s not interested in other dogs and not keen to share his space with them, so no interaction which my other dog is wary of and unhappy about.
His birthday is 1st July2007
His vaccinations are up to date next due 08 2018
He is used to a walk in the morning but otherwise he’s quite happy lying around or playing with his tennis balls
He will not play with other dogs but if he’s offered a game with a person ……he will oblige willingly. He will make a very kind and loyal companion and does not deserve to end up back in the refuge.””
Please contact me urgently if you can help Osmo? Call me, Evelyn, on 05 65 69 12 26 taking care to leave me a contact number and message if I am not able to pick up straight away, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org -all emails replied to daily.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask as Osmo is a good boy who needs help and his fosterer is very worried for him. His age and colour will go against him if he ends up back in a refuge – he will have no chance at all and will end his days there in misery for sure 😦 He is not castrated but this is something that can be sorted and I will help with for the right home. Thank you.