Bongo Has Been Homed


Bongo has been homed – 18.10.23.

Bongo is in foster care in Southampton, he arrived in our care on the 22nd September 2023 and he was born on the 2nd of May 2014.

He is a friendly, happy, elderly gentleman who is looking for a home to relax in.

Bongo loves his food and is very gentle at talking treats.  He likes his bed and he isn’t an early riser, you may have to wake him if you need to feed him at an earlier time!

This chap gets very excited when it comes to walk time, he will play bow infront of you, wagging his tail waiting for his lead to be put on.  He walks nicely without any pulling.  Bongo has such a lovely character you can’t but help fall in love with him.

Bongo is such a gentle older chap, looking for a soul mate to share the rest of his life with.  How can you resist this gentleman?

Having a good cuddle with Bongo will mean you have to tickle his belly too, don’t stop though as he will ask you to continue with those big eyes and a few paws to keep you going!  Well done old fellow.

He can jump into the car ready for his walks, this lad loves plodding along and can manage up to a good hours walk.  Bongo loves meeting new people out and about and will often go to a new person for a cuddle and a good lean!  He loves going to new places for his walks.  Bongo has met a range of different breeds and has greeted them all positively.

Bongo is housetrained and understands house rules, you won’t even know that he is with you most of the time, he is so quiet and just loves to sleep!

This chap is fine to be left for a few hours on his own and is quiet overnight.  All Bongo wants is his own family and somebody that can spend sometime with him giving him lots of cuddles and snuggles!

He is looking for his own home that he can relax in, have lots of cuddles and just enjoy home living with a family. Bongo hasn’t shown any real interest in toys unless they are hiding a bit of food inside!

We are looking for a home with no children, one that is a quieter home so Bongo can retire in style.  A female greyhound as a companion could share a home with him or one where he is an only dog too.  This lad would prefer the quieter life now and not have to worry about younger more bouncy dogs around him.

Just look at that face, he really is a super star and so deserves that home of his own.

Who is going to contact us? Could it be you?

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