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Adopted – King (1yr 3mths)

  • People: 
    • excited to see strangers visiting the home – loves a fuss / likes to meet strangers outside of the home
    • children – good but can excitable around them – doesn’t know his own size / hasn’t lived with kids
    • likely to jump up at people
    • never shown any signs of resource guarding food or toys around people
  • Other dogs:
    • he likes all dogs big and small male or female; he likes to play with all dogs he meets
    • we think he would be fine living with a neutered Dobie girl
    • never shown any aggression towards another dog
  • House trained
  • Crate trained – sleeps in it at night and when left home
  • Can be left home alone – never been left more than 2hr but always been relaxed when owner has returned so can probably manage 4hrs
  • Travels well in the car – travels in the boot with back seats down
  • No issues with fast moving objects (e.g. cars, joggers & cyclists)
  • Cats & livestock:  untested
  • Other Info:  he walks round town with owner / visits family and friends homes / goes to the beach and walks in woodland
  • Likes:   playing tug
  • Special features:
    • given a big treat he spends time plodding around with it showing it around the home and garden before eating it
    • he likes to drink water from the bowl edge – tipping the bowl as he does it – using a raised feeder that the bowl sits in stops this
    • he can open a handled door but hasn’t worked out to open doors with knobs

A direct rehome is planned for this dog. This means that the dog will not have to go into foster care or kennels; it’ll go from its current home directly to the adopter’s home, which means the dog doesn’t have to go through more change than is necessary. If you are interested in adopting any of the dogs you see, then please ensure you have submitted an adoption application via our website so that we are able to contact you as rehoming requests for dogs are submitted to us.

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