THUNDER has found his furrytail ending!
We're pleased to say that handsome Thunder has found his place as a permanent member of the Melling family, joining their existing Husky boy, Kato.
Thank you to the wonderful Kershaw family for fostering Thunder. Without somewhere for dogs in need to go between the pound and their new homes, we simply can't help, so foster carers really are the backbone of our organisation. We are so grateful that there are kind people such as the Kershaws, who are keen to help us make a difference.
Happy furrytail ending, Thunder!
THUN-DER! Nah nah nah nah nahh nah nahhh nah. THUN-DER! Nah nah nah nah nahh nah nahhh nah. You've been Thunder Struck!!!
So you may have guessed I'm Thunder. My name is a little bit of a contradiction. I'm usually quiet as a mouse though the night, but put some good tunes on the radio and I'll sing along. If I don't say so myself, I do have a pretty good voice when I choose to use it.
At home, I prefer the outdoors. I haven't been an inside dog in the past and would prefer to sleep out where I can see the stars. My family must be outdoor kinda people too and have play time in the yard daily.
Walking is another requirement on the top of my "must have" list. Show me my lead and it's song & dance time!
I am a Husky so I'm naturally strong on lead. There's also no such thing as "off-lead" with me either. But that's standard arctic breed practice. To keep me safe at home, a fence of around 5ft height with no gaps underneath will be suitable. Just be sure to take care I don't squeeze past you when you open a gate or door!
I currently live with teenage skin kids and a Husky foster sister. In my forever home, any children should be primary school age or older - only because I can get a little excitable and knock little ones over.
I can take or leave a canine companion. Whilst I love my fur foster sister, I get in trouble if I steal her food and, well, I like to be in charge. If my family were to be home a lot, I could do without another dog, but if there were to be one, they should be fairly easy going and medium size or larger. There are cats in my foster home, however we lead separate lives. We sometimes say hello through the screen door but I really can't be bothered making too much of a fuss over them.