The Critteraid Animal Sanctuary in Summerland is looking for a home for a six-month-old puppy that has been blind from start by the vacations.
Special wants pup Rupert is believed to be an Australian Kelpie, Australian Shepherd and Siberian Husky cross.
Critteraid Dog House Director Arlene Dunstan-Adams stated the rescue believes he’ll mature to roughly 60 to 65 kilos in measurement.
“Rupert is rising right into a good-looking boy who’s been socialized with dogs, in addition to the home cat and reptiles. Rupert has a few issues on his want listing for his first winter vacation this yr. First and foremost, he is hoping for his new eternally home,” she added.
The pup wants his new home to have a totally fenced in yard the place he might be safely off leash.
“Rupert can be searching for one other canine to play with in his new home, somebody young like himself, that can tough and tumble and play with him in addition to information him. Another canine within the home will assist together with his confidence. As Rupert’s new household might want to perceive that it’ll take a while for him to regulate,” Dunstan-Adams stated.
“We hope that there is somebody particular on the market that can see this video and provides him an opportunity at a contented and wholesome life.”
His adoption contains his full set of vaccinations, deworming, a microchip and neuter, in addition to the help of Critteraid’s canine home to assist with bonding, coaching and adapting to a brand new and particular wants canine in your home.
The pup is delicate and can want calm and constant coaching with vocal instructions.
“We have all the religion that Rupert will develop into a tremendous companion for somebody or a household.”
Those considering Rupert can fill an adoption software on the Critteraid website here.
Critteraid is at all times open for adoption purposes and foster purposes.
“We almost at all times have dogs which can be searching for both a foster home or their eternally home.”
If you are considering changing into a canine home foster guardian, head to the Critteraid web site right here to fill out a foster application.