Riggs was found lying in a ditch on a country road near New Inn. He was very kindly taken home by a kind lady who contacted us. Not chipped or neutered. A young boy, approximately 18 months old, Riggs is a delightful boy. There have been quite a few debates amongst ourselves as to Riggs breed🙂 Some see terrier, a hint of collie maybe and possibly some English Bull Terrier, or similar. Whatever he is we all agree that Riggs is a fabulous boy. ❤

This young, lively, happy go lucky boy is such a bundle of fun. Riggs is your typical youngster and can be a little exhuberant when first greeting people but he just loves being stuck in the middle of everything and being involved in whatever it is your doing 😁

Riggs is looking for a family that has experience with dogs, one where there is someone at home a lot, to keep an eye on what Riggs may be up too 😂 Riggs will need some training and schooling in home life to guide him through his adjustment into life with a family. He needs a home where if there are children they are in their early teens. He would be best as an only dog as he learns about life or with a friendly, playful, female. He loves to play and he walks well on a harness.

This boy will bring happiness, love and fun in abundance with his goofy, clownlike antics and his heart of gold. Riggs needs an indoor home with a fully secure garden. He is definitely a boy with so much to offer.

Riggs Microchip number is available on request.

If you would like to apply to adopt Riggs, please complete an online adoption application form.

In compliance with DAFM Legislation, the GalwaySPCA unique certificate number is GPT200022C.

Riggs Microchip number is available on request.