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Stunning blue boy Monkey is a 6 year old Mastiff Cross currently in kennels with Underheugh Ark Rescue and he’s a big, strong boy but he is very well mannered. He’s absolutely perfect in the house and is super friendly with everyone he meets. He adores people and is very loving but gentle too. He loves to play football, but also loves nothing more than to curl up next to you for a good cuddle.
Monkey is strong to walk and needs to be the only pet but for someone who enjoys walking and who is used to stronger dogs he’s very easy going. He does love a good long walk and he would love to find a home of his own. He is house trained, neutered, vaccinated and chipped.
Please note that Underheugh only rehome in the Glasgow/Renfrewshire/North Ayrshire areas as many of their dogs need support when they move into furever homes. Also, Underheugh don’t rehome to families with children under 10.
If you’re interested, please complete the application form.
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