About Angus and Dolly
  • Breed:
    To be re-homed together
  • Child Suitability:
    Angus and Dolly are looking for a home were any children are teenagers.
  • Live With Dogs:
    Angus and Dolly are looking for a home together where they will be the only dogs in the home.
  • Live With Cats:
    Angus has previously lived with a cat and was ok. However Dolly has never lived with a cat. They possibly could live with cats that are used to living with dogs.
Angus and Dolly's Profile

We are looking to re-home Angus and Dolly together. 

Angus is a male, 3 year old Maltese / Min Pin Cross. Angus is neutered.

Dolly is a female, 1 year old Tibetan Spaniel / Shih Tzu Cross. Dolly is currently not spayed.

Angus and Dolly are both small crosses who are looking for a home together. They both have wonderful natures and will make great companions.

Angus is a friendly boy and is always happy to meet and greet people whether they are visitors to the home or out on a walk. Dolly is a little bit more shy of people, but usually after a while she will come and say hello on her own terms. Angus and Dolly are friendly with children and have previously lived with older children. We would re-home them to a home with children that are teenagers. Angus is ok with other dogs, however can be more wary of larger dogs. Dolly can be a little nervous around dogs, however she usually follows Angus and takes her courage from watching him.

Angus and Dolly are both happy to be left for a couple of hours at a time. They are not destructive as such when left, Angus has been known in the past to nibble at items left lying around such as a lipstick or a pen. Angus may bark if he hears an unfamiliar sound outside. Angus is slightly nervous at travelling and is happy to be picked up to go into the car. Dolly on the other hand loves the car. She is also happy to be picked up to go into the car. Angus and Dolly both enjoy going for lots of nice walks, however Angus is more active than Dolly. Both walk ok on a lead, but Angus is more prone to pull at the start of a walk. Both dogs will require further training if they are to be let off lead. Both dogs will require trips to the groomers. Dolly is no bother at the groomers and is very well behaved. Angus will need regular brushing to ensure his long coat does not tangle, he is not keen on getting around his eyes trimmed. Angus is a fun, loving and affectionate dog. He loves playing fetch and tug of war, He enjoys nothing more than snuggling on the sofa. Dolly is very loving and affectionate. Her favourite activity is cuddling on your lap. She has lots of fun playing with Angus and her toys.

Angus and Dolly were recently at the vets for a check over. Angus is in good health. The vet did think that Dolly’s heart sounded slightly abnormal, however we are currently getting this investigated. The vet was not too concerned at this present point.

Angus and Dolly are looking for a nice warm home together to call their own. They would love their own secure garden to run around. Angus and Dolly would love company throughout the day as this is what they are currently used to. Can you open your home to 2 loving little dogs that would be happiest if the could be re-homed together.

As Dolly is not neutered, the Society will pay for this to be done at the local vet once the dog is settled (if you live in the Edinburgh/Lothian area we ask if this can be done at ICR Veterinary Surgeons, Loanhead). This is part of the Society’s re-homing policy and promotes responsible dog ownership.

Please think carefully before applying for Angus and Dolly and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for them. If you would like to be considered to re-home Angus and Dolly please click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.