Every week, the Globe joins forces with the Dogs Trust to bring you our Dog of Week.
Rambler is a handsome Foxhound who seems to be enjoying life at Dogs Trust Merseyside!
Although the Rehoming Centre is still closed to walk-in members of the public, Rambler is available using Dogs Trust’s new appointment system.
Rambler likes mixing with the other dogs and meeting people; and exploring the grounds in a proper Hound style.
He’s a very easy-going lad and he would do well with a family who has some experience of hounds or working dogs, so that he can reach his full potential.
Georgina Lowery, Manager at Dogs Trust Merseyside, says:“Rambler gets along well with other dogs, but he is definitely more of a lady’s man when it comes to human friends.
“He’s not always certain how to interact with men but will usually walk with anyone. Rambler can be chatty when he is out walking, particularly when he sees another dog.
“Rambler can live with children aged 10 and over and he is house trained. As Rambler likes the sound of his own voice when he gets excited, a rural home where he can go for relaxed walks would be ideal.
“He is a fabulous chap with a wonderful character, and we know his new family will be very lucky to have him when they meet him.”
To find out more about Rambler and other dogs ready to find their forever homes at Dogs Trust Merseyside, please go to www.dogstrust.org.uk
Dogs Trust Merseyside is still closed to walk-in members of the public. However, the team can now also book appointments for those dogs who can’t be rehomed using the centre’s new ‘Handover at Home’ process.
Potential new owners will be able to meet the dog they are interested in rehoming at the centre in an outside play area, or in a spacious area that is separate from the main rehoming centre such as a training barn, whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines.