Time for Scooby Doo to find his forever or foster home.

Scooby had spend 2 years in a shelter in Cyprus with no chance of being adopted and had absolutely no quality of life.

We flew him to Kennels in the UK a few months ago and started his rehabilitation, socialisation and getting to know this wonderful big boy.

Scooby is large size dog, slim, 4 years old, happy go lucky, he is often in his own planet, easy going, likes to wonder around freely, and he is not high maintenance.

He is a clean boy in his kennel and waits to go out, which he really enjoys his walks or simply smooching around in the fields

Scooby is non reactive on walks when meeting other dogs. He walks past other kennels with no Reaction, has only ever barked once to a bunch of dogs barking at him and then simply walked off to carry one with his walk.

To our knowledge Scooby will need Training in getting accustom to living in a home, noises in a home, Routine, what he can and cannot do, he is very clever and learns very quickly, we have no doubt he will settle very quickly.

Due to his size, Scooby will only be rehomed to a family with teenager children, he will need a safe garden as he loves to explore outside, an experience owner with large breeds that will slowly introduce him to an even wider world.

He is super friendly with people, happy for cuddles, and equally as happy to relax in his own space, he is looking for his buddy to have some amazing adventures with.

He is not cat tested and therefore no cats and we believe he will be happier as an only dog in his home.

If you feel you can foster or adopt Scooby, please contact us, he is healthy, vaccinated, neuter, microchip and full blood tests

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More About Scooby

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Black - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
  • Age Group: Adult
  • Breed: Mixed Breed
  • Age: 3 years 11 months.

What you should know

  • Can live with cats: No
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • Needs resident dog: Must be an only dog
  • Can live with children: Over 12
  • Adoption Coodinator: Dee Arp

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