Pet details

Name Hunter Location Dunbartonshire and West Scotland
Age 5-8 years Sex Male
Breed Crossbreed Colour Brindle, White
Living with other dogs I'm not able to live with other dogs Living with cats I'm not able to live with cats
Living with children I may be able to live with older children Reference 366663

Happy Hunter is an adorable big guy who is eager to find a fresh start.

He has come from a very much loved home where his previous owners described him as a very loyal, loving companion. He is now looking for that again.

Hunter is incredibly playful, he loves to chase a ball and is even known to get overexcited when the bed is being made, thinking this is also time for play!

He is house trained and can be left for up to three hours happily alone at home, where he is well behaved and not destructive at all.

Hunter is very active, he loves exercise so someone who is equally as active is essential, he can be a little pully on his lead too so will require a strong owner.

He is a very confident dog in that he loves to meet new people, he particularly likes teenagers too. Despite this, he also has a timid side, he can be fearful of hoovers and even the postman!

Hunter has lived with another dog before, he gets along well with some dogs that he meets, however due to a bad experience in the past he can be reactive to other dogs. This is some training that would need to be continued in his new home. He would not suit someone who is wanting to walk him in busy parks where there are lots of other dogs.

This affectionate lad is so cuddly he even likes to sleep in your bed with you, so you'd better be prepared to give up some space. He is also known to suckle on a blanket or even your sleeve, just as a cat would when they are calm and content.

Hunter can be known to have sensitive skin at times, something to monitor throughout his life.

Hunter is a full of fun, if you think you could offer him all of the love he deserves please get in touch!

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Ref: 366663


5-8 years
Dunbartonshire and West Scotland

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