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Brutus is a lovely chap who is homeless due to his owners emigrating.
Brutus is the tiny Chi boy.
He is friendly and social.

Brutus is a small light tan chap who weighs 9.6 kilos,   63cm long, 28 cm tall, he has never been around children , so don’t know what he would be like with them . He chases cats if they run, he had a cat friend he used to play with and would like another cat friend, but he tends to rush at cats , they run and he chases. He has never hurt a cat and will move away if a cat hisses at him..

Best Points :

Friendly and gentle dog. Brutus is good on lead, but would rather be off the lead so he can run.
Brutus is highly sociable and loving

Foster Report

Brutus is a beautiful loving dog, playful and likes to give people lots of kisses

Dog Details :

Breed :  Terrier X Chi

Age :      4 yrs

Gender:   male

Height:    10 inches to shoulder

Length:   24 inches

Weight:      Brutus 9.6 kilos

Living with dogs yes

Living with cats :     seem to ignore cats till they run

Living with children : older children over 14 only

Health:    No health issues notified 

Neutered:   neutered

Current location
In a foster home in Spain can travel to the UK end October

Adoption Fee : £285  – to be paid direct to the Spanish rescue to cover travel costs via UK bank account

Can Live with cats
Can live with other dogs
Can live with children over 14 yrs

Adopting A DogWatch UK Rescue Dog

Before being adopted, dogs will have bee vaccinated, wormed and treated for fleas.
If old enough they will have been neutered, if too young the new owners will need to ensure this is done.
All dogs are microchipped
All new owners can apply for 4 weeks Pet Insurance  FREE, to be activated from the link on our website

For Rescue Dogs coming from overseas

This adoption fee is a contribution towards the costs of rescuing the dog including
– microchip, pet passport, vaccines, tests for South European diseases, neutering (IF OLD ENOUGH), parasite treatment and transport to the UK.
We can not home dogs from overseas to people who work full time or long hours, unless some sort of doggy day care is offered. They need someone at home a lot of the day, they are not used to being alone for long periods. A dog walker for an hour out of the day is not enough.
Leaving dogs a long time on their own means they are highly likely to develop separation anxiety which is distressing for them and everyone in their new home.

How to adopt a DogWatch UK Rescue Dog

For full details see our Adoption page 

To apply to adopt please fill in our adoption application