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About This Project


Age: 8 years

Breed: Mixed Breed – Possibly part collie

Donation: £350

  • Could possibly live with other dogs
  • Could possibly live with children
  • Not cat tested


Scott was brought into the wardens kennels as a stray but on further investigation it was discovered that he had travelled over from Portugal with his family 4 years ago. He found himself homeless when their circumstances changed and they moved back to Portugal without him. After the care and attention of the warden’s team, this abandoned boy has been lovingly assessed and is ready to find his new forever family!


Beautiful Scott is a charming chap who has undergone a heartwarming transformation whilst in the care of the wardens kennel team. When he first arrived, he was a shy and withdrawn soul, but with a lot of love and patience, he has come out of his shell. Now, he’s a bundle of affection and cheek!
His journey from timid to terrific has been a joy to watch!

He’s got the sweetest personality and can be quite the mischievous explorer, with a bit of a tendency to wander if he gets bored.

It is believed that he enjoyed playing with children when in his previous home, but he has not been assessed with children whilst in our care.

Type of home

We suspect Scott has some collie in his breed-mix and would benefit from an active home that would give him the stimulation he is looking for in life. He would make a fantastic hiking and pub/cafe crawling companion! Always up for an adventure!

He is highly-intelligent and his ideal home would be with someone who understands the importance of setting verbal boundaries and providing consistent training. In turn, you will be rewarded with a loyal and entertaining companion.

When properly exercised, Scott settles well and enjoys a routine. He may always feel the need to wander, so his new home would need to have secure fencing to keep him safe.

Due to Scotts unknown history and his previously nervous demeanour, we are unsure whether he would be happy to live with resident children.

He has shown no aggression towards other dogs whilst in care at the kennels, so he may be happy to live with canine companions with proper introductions.

Adopting – Scott is a resident in a kennel facility in Somerset and successful applicants will need to come and meet him here.