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Hi there! My name is Ace and I'm a very handsome, 3 year old Boston Terrier. I'm looking for a home where someone will have the time to be with me throughout the day as I have severe separation anxiety and get very upset, distressed and vocal being left on my own. I am deaf, and the team think that being able to see people and be with them is my security blanket as I am unable to hear what is going on, they will help any potential owner as much as possible with advice to building up the time I am left alone but this may always be something that I suffer with. Apart from being deaf I am a very happy boy, I love meeting new people and love going out for walks, taking in all the smells is great! I have bundles of energy, I'm always putting a smile on everyones face with my cute ways! Since arriving at the centre I have been learning hand signals to help with my training but it would be safer for me to stay on a lead or longline when out and about, unless in a secure area. I could potentially live with another relaxed dog that wouldn't mind a slightly boisterous friend, I can't always understand when other dogs have had enough of my company (I certainly can't hear them telling me!), so it would need to be a dog that could tolerate my presence and affection.

Ace

Breed:
Purebreed
Gender:
Male
Age:
1 - 4 years
Age of Children in Family:
Pre-school age children
Other Dogs in Home:
Yes
Cats in Home:
No
Time Left Alone:
Not used to being left
Exercise Needed:
High
Size:
Small

Centre: Cornwall

Address:
NAWT Cornwall, Wheal Alfred Kennels, Wheal Alfred Road, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5JT
Phone Number:
01736 756005
Opening Times:
1100 - 1500 every day (closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day) We regret that due to the coronavirus outbreak, NAWT centres will remain closed to visitors until further notice. However, we are able to recommence rehoming under strict guidelines which are based on the Government’s current social distancing and our sector’s infection control guidance. If you are interested in rehoming any of our animals, please contact the rehoming centre directly by phone or email.
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