Rescue dog Upaz so happy to be finally freed – Reserved
Upaz was cared for but not in the way that most us would expect a dog to be cared for.
His owner kept him outside where he spent most of his life attached to a long chain.
That is the way he would have remained until the day came that his owner died.
Upaz was left in the garden until animal volunteers in the area stepped in to release him from his chain and take him in.
They eventually came to AFOT to ask for help as he couldn’t stay where he was and needed a permanent home.
We think this gentle boy has suffered enough and so deserves a second chance in a home where he will be loved – a home in which he can thrive.
We estimate Upaz’s age at around eight years old and he is loving life living inside with his new family.
This is the way it always should have been for this gorgeous chap.
He is very friendly and very gentle. He had spent his life on a chain and when he was released and eventually allowed to go inside a house he thought it was wonderful.
He is growing in confidence every day and is loving the newfound freedom he is enjoying.
He loves going on long walks, he’s not much of a barker and would benefit from going to a home with a big garden.
He has been throughly checked over and he has no health issues and should be ready to travel by the end of the summer.
He is a loyal lad who quickly becomes attached to people. He is loving his first true taste of proper domestic living.
If you feel you could be that special someone who can give Upaz the loving care he needs then please check out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs then please click this link to read our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines
A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a donation with all our dogs to help towards our costs.
If you want to register your interest in Upaz or are interested in providing a loving home for one of our rescue dogs in general then please complete and submit our Dog Adoption Registration form.
Please help to give this gentle giant the happiness he deserves.