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Vincent

Vincent will be available for adoption by application only and will not be in viewing please review the selection process below.

  • Breed : Boxer Mix
  • Gender : Male
  • Age : 9 months old (approx.)
  • Size : Medium
  • Good With Dogs : Yes
  • Good With Cats : Possibly
  • Good With Children : Ideally 14 years and over

Thinking of adopting?

For more information call us on 01494 482695

If you are interested in adopting Vincent, you will need to register your interest by filling in and returning one of our pre-adoption questionnaires (see below). 

Please email your completed form to nicola@stokenchurchdogrescue.org.uk

**Vincent will not be available for viewing**

 

Pre Adoption Questionnaire

Selection process: 

• The Head of Rescue and Re-homing with the support of a Dog Carer will assess each potential adopter on the information provided on the pre-adoption form

• The three most suitable homes for Vincent will be identified and graded 1st 2nd and 3rd

• The 1st applicant will be invited in to talk to a Dog Carer regarding Vincent

• If the Dog Carer and applicant are happy, the process will proceed to them meeting and spending time with Vincent. If this is successful then the usual adoption process will apply

• If for whatever reason the 1st application does not proceed, we will then move to the 2nd applicant and thereafter to the 3rd. 

Applications will close on Friday 27th April at 4pm and the successful candidate will be contacted by Saturday 28th April at 4pm

The adoption fee for Vincent is £200

 

More information about Vincent

Vincent is a 9 month old (approx.) Boxer Mix, that arrived in our care from a pound we work with closely.

He is incredibly active and is looking for a home that can provide him with lots of mental stimulation through interactive games and training.  He has a lot of energy to burn, but due to his age, he cannot be exercised for too long (45 mins at present)  as it will risk damage to his growing joints – which is why it will be important to tire out his brain in order to help him settle.

He is very intelligent boy and will need to attend training classes to help him develop into a well socialised boy.

Once he has received all the basic training, he could go onto do extra activities such as agility or scent work.

In a home with owners who have experience with energetic dogs and are prepared to continue his training and socialisation, he will make a truly wonderful companion.