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Furry Friends Rescue
31st January 2014, 03:17 PM
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Wally the Collie - DOB - Oct 2011

Wally came into rescue after a plea from his owners who knew that they were in the wrong situation to care for him.
Wally's owners were part of a domestic abuse case and for them to receive help, they needed to find a home for Wally. Since Wally was taken from them they have now been placed in a safe house.

Wally has never been physically abused.

The lady who owned Wally had very bad Epilepsy and her daughter had learning difficulties.
Recently she was accosted by a drunken man in the park who started to row with her. He then kicked Wally in the throat 3 times and the upset sent the lady into an Epileptic fit. Her daughter who was there at the time was powerless to do anything about this situation. An ambulance was called, as were the police and the police seized Wally, due to the woman having to go to hospital. They returned him to his owner a few weeks later.
He was checked over considering what the man did to him and no damage was done to Wally. He has still remained a very people friendly dog.

Wally is a really lovely pup. He has lovely manners with other dogs, although would not suit living with an elderly friend as an only companion. He loves to run and play and if he could be matched to another dog with similar energy levels then he would enjoy life to the full.

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He is very intent on watching his handler and loves to learn new things.
He would suit someone active as he has lots of energy.
He would excel in agility or flyball.

He has not reacted to cats or small animals since being in rescue, and could live with a cat who is used to dogs.

Wally meets new dogs with great manners when out and about. Once he knows you he is jumpy, so the training regarding his jumping up started here in rescue would need to continue in his new home.

Wally could be homed with children over 10 years old, for the reason that he may knock smaller children over.

Wally has been castrated, fully vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and defleaed.

A homecheck will be carried out and a minimum adoption fee of 150 applies.

Furry Friends Animal Rescue (Surrey)
Tel: 02084071080/07973569371
Email: [email protected]

Furry Friends Rescue
8th May 2014, 03:51 PM
Wally boy is looking for a home!

Furry Friends Rescue
13th May 2014, 01:57 PM
Looking for a home

Furry Friends Rescue
5th June 2014, 02:04 PM
Still waiting for a home

Furry Friends Rescue
10th June 2014, 02:05 PM
Looking for a home

Furry Friends Rescue
24th June 2014, 12:13 PM
Looking for a home!

Furry Friends Rescue
10th July 2014, 11:54 AM
Wally is still waiting for a home.

Furry Friends Rescue
21st July 2014, 12:32 PM
Looking for a home

Furry Friends Rescue
30th July 2014, 11:53 AM
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Furry Friends Rescue
23rd September 2014, 02:47 PM
They say good things come to those who wait, and boy has it been a long wait for Wally!
We are very happy to announce that Wally has finally found a home with a lovely lady who adopted another dog from us a few years ago. He has been with her on a trial and she has decided that he is now home.
Good luck, Wally! x