Naughty Noel

This handsome lad is Noel he is approx 6-8 years old.

Noel has quite the story to tell...You would never know as you watch him bound about playing in the garden or when he comes running at you for cuddles, but Noel suffers severe hip dysplasia and needs to be kept on pain medication for the rest of his life. While being examined at the vets it has also been found that his hips never developed properly and are not in his hip sockets. His body tissue has adapted around this area so he doesnt know any different. Not that you would ever know as he is just full of life and enjoys living life to the full. Please do your research on his condition on how it could progress in later life.

Noel came to the centre as a very timid stray so we have no background on his previous life but we do know he would love a quiet home in the country or a village where he can enjoy regular short walks with loads of sniffing and adventures. Noel can be shy when he first meets new people so he will need an understanding owner that has the time to spend learning him how to trust. When he gets to know you he is the most fun, cheeky and loving boy. While he has been here he goes out on walks with other dogs and can be selective - He likes the ladies and is a real flirt but he isnt so keen on other male dogs.

Noel loves spending time with the staff in the staff house, he has lots of love to give so please do give this boy a second look and see if you could open your heart and home to him

Please ensure you can meet all his needs before applying.

Applications have now opened for Noel

Contact the Rehoming Team for an application form on this link

Click the word 'link' above to apply

About Noel

I got to Mrs Murray's…

About 3 months ago (112 days)


X Breed.







I've been…

Microchipped, Neutered, Vaccinated, Wormed.

I can live with…


I prefer not to live with…


Ideal home


I am…

Energetic, Friendly, Shy, Partially Trained (Recall etc.), Fully House (Toilet) Trained.

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