Max a true warrior, he escaped death by a matter of hours.
In early March he was found as nothing more than a skeleton and Kiveli immediately took him home.

I promised that we will rehome him when he was ready, well the time has come 🙏💜 and ohh boy what a stunning boy and what a Joy 🤩

Just Look at this gorgeous pure breed English Pointer, only a baby and such a fun loving boy. (Photos of his rescue below)

He lives with Kiveli and another 30 dogs , so I guess he is friendly with all dogs 😊 he is house trained, sleeps like a baby , he is not destructive , shares his bed, cuddles, food and treats.

Max can spend hours entertaining himself, he loves being outdoors and running around the garden chasing and jumping up at birds flying overhead 😆, he is so so happy when his chasing them and running around like the Goof ball that he is .

He loves water too, he is a joy and so playful, he will make you laugh all the time with his little puppy like antics. He will love days out to the beach, long adventures and hikes.

He will be a wonderful companion to another fun loving dog, he can also be an only dog as long as his humans are around quite a lot.

A family with pointer experience to provide the training he needs on his recall and understand that he has a prey drive.

A safe and secure garden is a must for Max, a comfy sofa , children over 10 years old and commitment to teaching him even more about life.

Max was diagnosed with very low and early Leishmaniasis, this has been treated and he takes a couple of inexpensive tablets a day for now. STAR will provide support and ongoing advise to his new family,

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More About Max

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Black
  • Age Group: Young adult
  • Breed: English Pointer
  • Age: 1 year 5 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 12
  • Adoption Coodinator: Linda Demetriou

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