Harvey and Tilly

Handsome Harvey & Talkative Tilly

This perfect duo are Harvey & Tilly.

Harvey is 10 years old and Tilly is 5 years old.

They are both super friendly and affectionate and love attention. They can be quite vocal and like the sound of their own voices especially near meal times :)

While they have been at the centre they have mixed well with other dogs and are a bonded pair so would love a cosy home together. They are not used to being around small children so are best suited around older children. Harvey can be a little snatchy around food so they will have to be big enough that they cant steal out of their hands.

They are still very fit and love to go out on new adventures and walks, sniffing and running. Tilly is very playful and tries to get Harvey to join in... although Harvey doesn't always appreciate that.

* Due to no fault of their own Harvey & Tilly are back available for rehoming*

Contact the Rehoming Team for an application form on this link

Please ensure you can meet all their needs before applying.

Applications have now opened for Harvey & Tilly








Click the word 'link' above to apply

About Harvey and Tilly

We got to Mrs Murray's…

About 3 weeks ago (27 days)

Breed

Harvey: Bichon

Tilly: Bichon

Age

Harvey: 10-18

Tilly: 5-9

Gender

Harvey: Male

Tilly: Female

Size

Harvey: Small

Tilly: Small

I've been…

Harvey: Microchipped, Neutered, Vaccinated, Wormed.

Tilly: Microchipped, Neutered, Vaccinated, Wormed.

I can live with…

Harvey: Dogs, Older children / teens, Adults.

Tilly: Dogs, Older children / teens, Adults.

I prefer not to live with…

Harvey: Cats.

Tilly: Cats.

Ideal home…

Harvey: Garden.

Tilly: Garden.

I am…

Harvey: Confident, Energetic, Friendly, Partially Trained (Recall etc.), Fully House (Toilet) Trained.

Tilly: Confident, Energetic, Friendly, Partially Trained (Recall etc.), Fully House (Toilet) Trained.

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