Borris has come to us after his owner was incarcerated and he did not want to keep him. Borris has had a sad life so far, mainly kept in a cage/crate and not socialised, which left him with psychological issues that we have worked hard to resolve. We sent Borris to rehab where they worked on his stranger fear and he is now fantastic with visitors entering the home. His dislike of dogs, however, still remains an issue and any adopter will have to take this on board. He will need a strange handler as he will pull and lunge if he sees another dog. Borris will need a pet-free and child-free home, experienced with large or bull breeds. Borris has a deformed paw that vets say does not bother him and does not require treatment. He has also successfully been treated with surgery for cherry eye recently. Borris needs a quiet home with someone who will understand his needs. He can sometimes withdraw slightly if he feels a little anxious but he has never shown any aggression in his foster home at all. Borris loves watching the world go by out of the window and sunbathing in the garden.