Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Shar Pei
At the Kennels
Questions about Dudley
Can be homed with other dogs: Still under assessment
Can be homed with cats: Still under assessment
Can be homed with children: No
House Trained: May need house training due to being in kennels
Any behaviour problems: Nervous
Any medical problems: No.
Period of time can be left alone: No more than a couple of hours.
Type of home: A calm, quiet home with someone around most of the day.
Exercise requirements: At least an hour a day.
Dudley arrived at the stray kennels very nervous, frightened, stand offish and snappy. It only took him a few days to come round though, and from what we have seen he is a typical bouncy, cuddly, tail wagging youngster who just loves fusses (and treats!). He settled straight in at our kennels and gave the kennel staff plenty of cuddles and kisses!
Due to the information the pound gave us about Dudley's initial nervousness, are looking for a home for him with no children. However he is still under assessment with regards to how he is with other dogs and cats/small furries, and this will be completed after he has had his vaccination in a couple of weeks.
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