Aladin – 3 year old male Cross-Breed

Aladin (or Lad as we have called him) is a medium sized boy, aged three years. He’s extremely cute and looks like he could have some Pug in him. He is the sweetest natured boy, and seems quite overwhelmed by being here with us, he watches everything we are doing and sits quietly in the corner until he decides everything is okay then he throws himself into climbing, jumping and playing, he has no issues with other dogs.

There are five other dogs here and he is great with all of them, he likes my children, but is wary of the very small ones until they sit down and he can get close to them for a fuss. He is not too bad on the lead, but will of course still need work as I don’t expect such a beautiful boy to be with me for very long.

He is very much a lap dog, and jumps into your arms to be loved, he would make an excellent companion dog, but also would be happy with a family, it hasn’t taken him long at all to realise that more people means more fuss and he goes from one to the other of us to get the maximum benefit from this! He is a quiet, gentle boy who needs someone to give him time and lots of love to help him build his confidence and reach the full potential this clever, funny boy has.

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