- 2 years 2 months
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Meet Cooper! He is a gorgeous cuddly boy looking for a new home, and is a firm favourite with all his friends here at the centre.
Cooper is a sensitive lad, and takes a little while to make friends with new people. Once he has made friends though, he is very affectionate and loves nothing more than cuddling up on your lap! (as much of him as will fit anyway!) He loves to play as well, and bounds around like a little kangaroo when he’s excited!
He will need a quiet home, and would love to have someone around for most of the day to keep him company, support him with his training, and help to build his confidence. He would love to join his new family on lots of lovely walks in the countryside, and equally can’t wait to snuggle up on the sofa with them afterwards for a proper chill out session!
Cooper does love other dogs, and is always keen to trot over and say hello on his walks. He can be bit overexcitable though, so any doggy housemates would need to be very tolerant of puppylike behaviour, and be a good calm role model for him!
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Does your loved one have room in their heart, but not in their home, for a pet of their own? Blue Cross sponsorship is the perfect present for animal lovers.
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