White and Brown
Can I live with...
This cheeky little chappie is called Ronnie! He is a stunning boy who would just love to have snuggles with his forever family all day on the couch. He is a little nervous when meeting new people for the first time but with time and patience will show you the fun and cheeky side we love here at the centre. Ronnie is very food orientated, which is a good tool we use with his training. He loves playing with toys and having time out of his kennel by having a good run around in our social rooms. Ronnie is not a big fan of walking, he does like the occasional short walk where he can have a sniff and investigate in his own time. He is usually fine with walking along side traffic, however, is a little wary of larger vehicles but only when they are up close. So we recommend routine walks in areas that quieter so he's not so overwhelmed. He has a friendly personality with people and is not bothered about seeing dogs while he is out on a walk. Ronnie suffers with Separation Anxiety, which means we are looking for a family that is home for most, if not all of the time and are willing to help Ronnie learn that it is good to be independent. As with being in kennels, we cannot be sure if Ronnie is toilet trained but help and advice is always at hand here at our branch. Ronnie is used to being the only dog in the household so we are recommending he is the only pet with children over the ages of 12 years.
If you are interested in adopting
then please click here to download an application form. Please complete the form and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you if we think your home is a good match.
Due to the number of applications we will be receiving around this time, we will only contact those who we believe best match the criteria set out for each dog.