Spot

Extensive support
  • Jack Russell
  • 8 years
  • Male
  • Admitted October 2021
  • Ref:33527

Spot is receiving training around other dogs, as he can bark if they come too close. He is wary of visitors both to the home and strangers outside. All the ongoing training we have started we will show you and will need continuing in his new home.

Support and Health

How much training will I need?

Extensive support
Spot is receiving training around other dogs, as he can bark if they come too close. He is wary of visitors both to the home and strangers outside. All the ongoing training we have started we will show you and will need continuing in his new home.

Can I be left alone?

Yes
He can be left home on his own for a few hours but may bark if he can see out of the window so his new family will need to consider where is the house is best suited for his time alone. He is fully toilet trained.

Do I have any medical conditions?

Existing conditions
He has had a dental, has a skin tag and is on behaviour medication.

Who I can live with

Can I live with dogs?

No

Can I live with cats?

No

Can I live with small pets?

No

Additional information

Spot is intolerant of other dogs and they must be actively avoided when on walks. He has been undergoing training to help him feel more comfortable around dogs which is progressing well and his new family will need t o continue.

Family and environment

What kind of family am I looking for?

Spot is a worried little boy and it takes time for him to trust new people. He is looking for a quiet, adult only home with minimal visitors, including no young children.

What type of environment would suit me?

Spot is looking for a home in a quiet area where he is able to avoid dogs on his walks. He would like his own private, 6ft fenced garden with no neighbouring dogs.

About Spot

Once settled into the home and the trust has been built between him and his new family, he's a very sweet and cuddly boy. He loves all the attention he can get and will jump up if he feels he's being ignored. Spot likes to lay by your feet and settle quietly while you work. He has found kennel life hard and it may take him longer to feel completely settled with his new family.

He loves to play fetch, preferring to play with soft squeaky toys, both on his own and with you.

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