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Dee (Daemon)

Dee (Daemon)

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Beautiful boy Dee is looking for his new, forever home.

Dee is a very sweet boy with lots of energy.  He loves to spend most of his day outside in the garden so would benefit from a large secure garden.

He does pull on his lead when out for a walk especially for the first 30 minutes. He has lots of energy despite his age!

Dee has never been let off the lead, his flight drive is high due to his breed! When meeting other dogs he is generally friendly and polite.

He has lived with children in the past so would be suited to an active family home.

If you are interested in rehoming Dee please contact the office directly on 01224 208989 or click on “Request to adopt Dee”.

I will be happy to have a home. Are you sure I'm right for you?

Request to adopt Dee (Daemon)

General Information

Breed
Siberian Husky
Age
10
Size
Large
Gender
Male

Dog Character

Energetic
Only pet in household
Family home

I will be happy to have a home. Are you sure I'm right for you?

Request to adopt Dee (Daemon)

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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