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Alfie

Alfie(Reserved)

Alfie is our beautiful boy on the hunt for a home to call his own!

Alfie loves nothing more than to cuddle and will happily curl up beside you on the sofa. He is a very sociable dog and would prefer someone that was home most of the time. He can get a little anxious when left.

He enjoys going for a walk but will spend his time sniffing absolutely everything! He can pull from time to time. He only needs a short walk now as he is getting older, so he would benefit from a garden to relax in.

Alfie gets on with most smaller dogs but can find big dogs intimidating. He as lived with children and loves the fuss that they make of him. He has had no experience of cats, but has shown signs of wanting to chase.

He is an absolute sweetheart who has so much love to give, if he could be a new addition to your family please contact the office directly on 01224 208989 or click on “Request to adopt Alfie now”.

General Information

Breed
Lhasa Apso
Age
9
Size
Small
Gender
Male

Dog Character

Family home

Adoption process

Find out what to expect from the dog adoption process

Please do not call the office or email to ask about your application, as this only delays the process in finding a dog their forever home. All applicants will receive a response as soon as practically possible.

1

Apply to adopt a dog

Complete our online dog adoption form, telling us about yourself and why you would make an ideal pawrent.

2

Find the perfect match

Our rehoming team will evaluate all applications and get in touch with those we believe to be the most suitable.

3

Homecheck

We will visit prospective new owners at home to ensure both they and the dog will be a successful match.

4

Meet and rehome

Meet the dog at our Alford centre and, assuming all goes well, they will leave with you for their forever home.

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