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Nevis is a Mastiff Cross and he is a lovable big lad, currently in kennels with Underheugh Ark Rescue. He’s been out for sleep overs and he loves being part of a home. He’s 5 years old and has been moved from place to place after being sold on selling sites and he now needs to find stability and a home to settle in. He has to be an only dog and he needs a rescue experienced furever home with no children. He is house trained, neutered, vaccinated and chipped.
Big Nevis is a wonderful dog who just adores being with people. He’s a very laid back dog who likes to plod along at his own pace, but doesn’t like anyone touching his food and he’s not keen on any strenuous activity either! Could you give this big adorable boy a new furever home?
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.
If you’re interested, please complete the application form.
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