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Bobo sweet little staffie boy wants to know if his new Mum and Dad might be here....?

Discussion in 'Dog Rescue and Adoption' started by lastangel, Aug 10, 2009.


  1. lastangel

    lastangel PetForums Junior

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    This little dog was on the ‘put to sleep’ list at a UK pound. He was literally on his last day, and his time was almost up. This is sadly such a common story, pounds in the UK are literally overflowing with unwanted staffies.

    Bobo’s name is actually Boson, which has evolved to Bobo, the affectionate version of his name. He is one of the sweetest, funniest little dogs I have ever known, he is always making me laugh with his cute ways, and affectionate nature. He has literally stolen my heart! Boson is a very special boy who is looking for a very special, loving permanent home.

    More about Boson…


    My good points - by Boson


    I like humans, even tiny ones, and I wouldn't even dream of being mean to any.

    I love nothing more than a big cuddle, and I like to put my head on your shoulder and have a really close cuddle.

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    I don't have 'accidents' in the house, and I know all about having to go out into the garden when I need to go to the loo.

    I love all my doggie friends, and if they don't want to play with me, I respect that and I go and lie down, and I don't push it.

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    I'm very chilled out in the house, and so quiet, you wouldn't even know I was there at times! (unless it's time to go out for a walk - and then I make my 'jazz improvisation noises', which I think are fab, but can see why the noises aren't appreciated, I guess....see 'not so good points')

    I don’t mind if you go out and don’t take me with you. I am just quiet until you return, and I would never chew up any of your things while you were out.

    I know how to sit and wait quietly for my dinner, and I don't try and steal food from my doggie friends

    I've learnt how to not try and jump out of the car the second the human gets out. I know how to wait now, until the human holding the lead says it's ok to come out.

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    I don't mind if you decide to take something away from me, ie my ball or toy or food, but I haven't quite worked out why you'd want it. Oh well!

    My not so good points - by Boson (reluctantly)

    I make my 'jazz improvisation noises' when it's time to go out. (I can't explain the noises to you in any other way) The humans have been working on teaching me not to make them, and I'm getting the message, but it's taking me some time. skee doo da dee dap papp a deee da doo doo!

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    Although I love my doggie friends that I live with, I don't love all other doggies. I don't hate them either, but I do bark at them when we're out. I need to find a home with a human who understands doggies like me.

    I want to chase anything that looks like a cat. Even if it turns out to be a plastic bag, I still want to chase it until I know the difference.

    I hope you will see that my ‘not so good’ points are much fewer than my good points! I am a very loving and loyal boy who is doing his very best to get over a rocky past.

    Love Bobo xxxxx
    ps aren't I handsome?
    This picture was taken when I was at the pound...
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    If you think you can offer Bobo a loving permanent home, please email cathy@oncelovedrescue.org.uk or visit Once Loved Dog Rescue

    Please note: All prospective homes will be required to have a pre-adoption home check and post home checks.
     
  2. lastangel

    lastangel PetForums Junior

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    Bobo has now found a forever home :)
     
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