Breed: Collie Cross
Age: 2 Years
Can live with dogs? Yes
Can live with cats? Yes
Can live with kids? Yes
Wally is now around two and a half years old. According to his foster-mum, he is a loving ball of energy who wants to please. He is very affectionate and loving, loves to play and loves his walks. He’s quite a nervous boy though which when first meeting comes across as timid and he approaches with caution but he gets over this very quickly.
He lives happily with four others dogs of various shapes and sizes. He needs a knowledgeable home, someone who can make his confidence grow, socialise him and be patient. In the home he has been perfect in every way but does show signs of food aggression and should always be fed separately from any other pets, including treats and chews. He has NEVER showed aggression to a person and lives with young children in the foster home and in his previous adoptive home. He does, however, need children who understand that he is nervous and wouldn’t like being grabbed or manhandled.
When out walking, he can bark at people and dogs, but this will improve with consistency and guidance. He responds so well to voice commands and his recall is excellent. We think he would be best placed with another doggie companion, although could live without if he has an understanding (preferably collie experienced) adopter with whom he can form the same close bond. Wally has lived with cats and kittens in the past.
Wally does suffer from a skin condition that when on a good diet and kept flea free, does not bother him and goes away. He is however scarred from the damage it has caused in the past.
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