Enzo: Chinese Crested Powderpuff Puppy

Enzo has been REHOMED.

Enzo is a super little chap who has been very well cared for and well socialised, particularly with other dogs. Chinese Crested’s can be an aloof breed who are slow to make friends but Enzo is very well rounded, and his new home will need to make sure that his socialisation is continued to ensure he continues to be the playful goofball he currently is. So far Enzo has proved to be clean and quiet in the home, is crate trained and is proving to be good in the car.

At only 20 weeks old, we are looking for an active home who will undertake training with Enzo, as he is a clever cookie. As a young pupster, he will be fine to live with cats, dogs and well behaved school age children. All resident dogs in the home are required to be neutered.

Please research the Chinese Crested breed then, if you are still interested in offering 20 week old Enzo a home, please give us as much information as possible on your application which can be found here Adoption Form.

Please note that Powderpuffs require regular brushing and grooming as they have non-shedding hair, so please take these costs into consideration before submitting an application.

All Cinque Ports Rescue dogs are neutered (or subject to a neutering agreement if not of appropriate age), microchipped, core vaccinated and up to date with parasite treatment.  All have life time support and full backup, 4 weeks free insurance and an adoption pack including 5 kg of Natural Instinct food and nutrition information. Please note that we are currently only rehoming locally to the South East Kent area.

All home offers will be subject to vetting and a home visit, and an adoption agreement and donation of £320 is required. Enzo will be rehomed with a strict neutering agreement in place that will take place at our partnered veterinary practice as soon as he is old enough.

Cinque Ports Rescue is run purely by volunteers so please be aware that your application may not be responded to immediately. Thank you for your patience.