Stunning young smooth short coated tan Podenco lad is a super, cheeky boy, but a bit shy till he gets to know you.
Scooby is affectionate and bonds easily with people he trusts and loves.
He doesn’t take to men as easily though, so he needs to be introduced gradually, but it doesn’t take long.
Scooby would be better suited to a family who have a dog already, he loves the company of another dog.
Scooby is brilliant with children and loves other dogs, not sure about cats though!
He is happy to be left for short periods of time and is also happy with a crate.
He is neutered and up to date with his vaccinations, also wormed.
Scooby walks extremely well on a lead and also travels well in a car. His recall is good but I recommend that Scooby is only let off his lead in a secure area to start with.
Found at the shelter gates with Ash at 4 weeks old.
Please are you looking for a second dog then consider this little sweetheart.
His Best Points :
Nice gentle and funny personality who’s good other dogs and children
Foster Report :
Scooby is fed dry food,Tails.com. I don’t recommend wet food as it gives him wind. He loves fresh vegetables, raw or cooked. He is also pretty keen on fresh fruit, but only if it’s dog friendly.
Dog Details :
Breed : Podenco
Age : 12 months
Weight: 17 kgs
Living with dogs : yes
Living with cats : not tested
Living with children : yes
Health: No health issues notified
In a foster home in Bradford Yorks
Adoption Fee : £325 – to be paid direct to the Spanish rescue to cover travel costs via UK bank account
Can live with other dogs
Can live with children
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