Super cute Rian, who is currently 6 months old and already roughly 15 kilos , so he will become one handsome big boy.
He is currently in his foster home in Warwickshire and settling in beautifully, and very quickly following his arrival in the middle of April
He is now house trained, he shows signs of needing to go potty, and he is in a daily routine now.
Rian absolutely loves his walks and to explore all the new smells in England, he is getting used to loud noises, Tractors, farm animals, which are all new to him. Some things still frighten him a little. He walks very well on the lead and does look for re assurance when not sure. He has been described as perfect on the lead, but more constant training will be required.

He is an excellent companion with all dogs both in his home and on walks, enjoys and a happy boy to meet other dogs and people.
He very quickly learnt the comforts of a sofa and a bed, the love and cuddles of snuggling up close, and the full tummy and warm home and bed to sleep at night. He will follow his human around the home, loves to be close to his human, but equally happy to sleep next to his dog friend too.
He loves his food and he eats like it’s his last meal, no food aggression or food guarding at all.
The days of growing up in a shelter are well behind him.
Rian forever family must be used to bigger dogs, he will be roughly 30 kilos, a lovely safe and secured garden for him and children that are used to bouncy bigger puppies.
His training will need to continue, lead walking, recall, commands , socialising and daily routine will be essential for his development
He is fully vaccinated, blood tested, microchip and Brucella Canis tested

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More About Rian

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Brindle
  • Age Group: Puppy
  • Breed: Mixed Breed
  • Age: 6 months.

What you should know

  • Can live with cats: Unknown
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • Needs resident dog: Can live with a resident dog or alone
  • Can live with children: Over 5
  • Adoption Coodinator: Dee Arp

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