Where to start.
Ben was brought into our care March 2019, adopted in November 2019 his family returned him into our care in June 2022
The accompanying note said that sadly the parents priorities changed as had the priorities of their children, sadly they said no one wanted to make Ben their priority so they returned him.
The note further stated that they did not regret a moment of the 3 years they shared with him.
As a team we all adored Ben and we’re beyond upset that he didn’t mean more.
Back safely in our care he settled like he had never been away.
A true gentleman.
Rehomed again and although visits went well on both occasions the new families dog could not cope, they returned Ben saying he had snapped.
3rd family, an older couple who returned Ben saying he was reactive to other dogs when walking and they couldn’t manage.
We don’t see any reactivity towards other dogs, he mixes on a daily basis and is walked side by side when out.
Ben is a around 10 years old, truly a gentleman. He never expects anything and will just get on with his day.
He loves Bed and enjoys his walks, not fussed whether long or short, he’s easy come easy go.
Ben can not live with cats or small animals.
He’s just the loveliest boy.
We really pray next time will be forever 🙏