Elijah (called Ollie by his foster) is a lovable quiet boy who has been in foster for 4 weeks now. He arrived very scared and didn’t know how to play with their two spayed girls, one of which is very confident and loves to play. She has helped Elijah come out of his shell. From waiting outside to be called in, he now runs in and out quite happily, relaxes on the settee and has now joined the other two on the bed at night not leaving much room for anyone else! Elijah is a good boy at night and only barks if he needs to go out for toilet which is very rare. He knows basic language and will come when called. He is great on a lead although he has not been off lead whilst in foster. He walks along really nicely and loves a good sniff. In fact his foster gives them all sniffy trails round the garden which he didn’t understand at first but is now first out the door to find the treats hidden round the garden. Elijah is a smart dog and loves his snuffle mat and playing with his rope toy. He has not got the idea of balls yet and is scared of squeaky toys. His one naughtiness is he can get over excited whilst playing and turn his attention to nibble or hide things like cushion covers or throws but will stop if you’re there to tell him. He would settle better in a home with an existing doggy although he does like his quiet time too, just lying in the sun. He does love to chase the fosters' girls though to play. Elijah is a calm and affectionate dog who just wants to be loved and will give loving back. He is a lovely boy who has blossomed since being in a loving home. His forever home will be getting a wonderful edition to their family.

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More About Elijah

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age Group: Adult
  • Breed: Ariegeois/Pointer
  • Age: 3 years 2 months.

What you should know

  • Can live with cats: Unknown
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • Needs resident dog: Yes
  • Can live with children: Unknown
  • Adoption Coodinator: Raya/Rachel Atanasova/Sherridan

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