Guinness is a friendly little guy once he knows you. He loves to play and his favourite toy is a squeaky ball. He has been used to living with an other dog at one stage in his life but may like need his own space now that he is older. Guinness travels better in the boot of a car with a secure dog guard or in a crate otherwise he may jump about. He likes his walks, and although it a Senior citizen, he still has lots of energy!
Guinness was handed in for rehoming as his owner passed away and family could no longer help.
Guinness is looking for a terrier experienced owner in a home without children under the age of 10. He is quite an independent character who also likes his own space sometimes. Guinness needs a home without children.
If you'd like to help rehome Guinness simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.
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