Buster - for rehomingStoke-on-Trent

£500
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Adv. ID
LogfGpZvl
Advert Type
For sale
Advertiser
Individual
Health Checked
yes
Is KC Registered
no
Is Microchipped
yes
Is Neutered
no
Is Vaccinated
yes
Is Worm Treated
yes
Pet Age:
1 year, 3 months
Pet Available
2021-11-03
Pet Colour
Black, White
Pet Viewable w/ Mother
no
Pets in litter
1 male
Description
Gutted to be putting lovely Buster up for rehoming. Unfortunately due to a change in circumstance and not being able to give him the time he deserves we're putting him up for rehoming. He's such a gorgeous dog, lovely temperament, energetic, always smiling, playful, lovely with people and great with other dogs once he's been introduced. Always said he'd be great on a farm running about all day, or even just with another pack of collies he'd run circles round them. He was sadly diagnosed with epilepsy August 2021 but it's being managed with Epiphen that can be covered by insurance. His seizures have rapidly decreased and become manageable (1 every 2 months) since starting his medicine. They are very mild seizures (1-2 min long) and only 1 will occur while he's asleep at night. Can provide a full breakdown of his seizure history to date. The money is negotiable as what we're really looking for is a forever family for him, people who will love and support him throughout his life. We want to actively be involved in visiting him and receiving pictures/videos where we can. Please drop us a message if you're interested in this beautiful boy he deserves a loving home with a family who can give him the attention he deserves.
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Be responsible, do your research!

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Puppies must be viewed with their mother in the seller's home!

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Health check & paperwork

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Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

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