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Pets name: Benny
Breed: Boston terrier x Pug
Cat Friendly: Untested
Dog Friendly: No
Child Friendly: Over 12 years old
Fence type required: Standard ( inside dog)
Benny is the funniest, most playful dog. He has the nighttime zoomies and literally tumbled and tumbles in his bed. He loves food and cuddles and loves to play. He is also good at quiet time. Benny is very well behaved but of course he is a puppy. He gets very stressed around other dogs so he can only be a single pet. He is ok to be at home alone for a while but of course he gets lonely , so someone home more often then not is preferred.
He’s been a bit stressed and we imagine a nice gentle home with little pressure on him and kind people willing to take their time .
Benny will attract a lot of attention so we are looking for those who put a lot of effort into their application . Someone who reads the profile and demonstrates that they understand Bennys personality by what they write in their application.
Please Apply here
The adoption process is as follows.
1. Please Apply here
https://www.bestfriendsrescue.com/adoptionform/ 2. Please include as much information as possible, ask questions in the comments section of the application.
3. All suitable applicants will be contacted via phone and given a phone interview.
4. After the phone interview we will make arrangements for you to meet the dog.
5. After meeting, and if all parties are agreeable, we will have a home inspection.
Generally we ask the you go home and consider everything you’ve learnt. Discuss with family, sleep on it and contact us the next day.
Here are some quick tips to make your APPLICATION stand out:
Include as many details as you can about your lifestyle, family, accommodation, and work. Here’s some first-hand feedback from our member rescue organisations about what they'd like to see in your applications:
🐱 Why would this animal suit your home? (This lets them know that you've read the pet’s bio and considered their personality vs. your lifestyle)
🐾 Details about your family
🏡 Is your home quiet/relaxed or loud/busy? (Particularly important for timid cats). Ask questions, to show your are interested in the animals ell being.
Add questions into the application.
Fill out the profiles of your current pets if you have any. Understanding the personality of resident cats and dogs will help rescue organisations or foster carers determine if the pet will adjust to your surroundings.
Remember to be respectful and kind in your enquiries. A simple greeting can go a long way! Behind that screen is a real hooman, who loves and cares for the pet you're enquiring about just as much as you will!
Be open and honest - rescues prefer having as much information as they can about potential adopters.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.