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Bob here is a wonderful young lad looking for a new home after he was found abandoned with a minor skin complaint which we believe to be a flea allergy. This has all cleared up now and as long as his new owners keep up with regular flea treatments this shouldn't present an issue in the future.
Still very much a puppy, Bob is full of energy and fun so an active home with plenty of walks and playtime will be essential. Bob is super clever and eager to please so he'll very much enjoy any training his owners would like to give him.
Bob will need an adult only home and although he gets on well with other dogs we feel that Bob would be best suited to life as an only dog for now as he can be a little bit too much for some dogs.
If you think that Bob might be the boy for you then please get in touch with us here at Bryn y Maen, he's eager to meet you!
Why I'm special
Young Bob here is such a special guy who deserves to find his new life in the new year because he's just such a happy little dog. They say that the biggest muscle on a staffy is his heart and this couldn't be more true in Bob's case. He loves people and any time spent with them is time well spent in Bob's book. Sadly Bob finds kennel life very stressful and this causes him to become a little bit over excitable when he first sees you. Once in his new home given time, patience and consistent handling this should soon settle down. so please consider Bob as your new family member he'll love you to the moon and back!
- You'll need to take me to training classes
- I'd prefer an adult only household
- I need teaching that it's ok to be alone
- I'd prefer to be the only dog in a home
- I'd prefer not to live with a cat
- I'm a bright spark
- I love food and treats
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Contact the centre or branch about me:
UPPER COLWYN BAY
11am-4pm every day except Wed (closed) - we prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty and neglect, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets.
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