Bear – 1 year old male Spitz Cross

Bear is a young Spitz cross, he is an anxious dog who will require a calm, adult only home with more experienced owners able to provide on-going support and re-training. He is worried by strangers and other dogs, showing reactive behaviours, this will need managing carefully as he learns calmer responses. Bear is not able to live with children or cats, he is responding well to training around other dogs, he does travel well in the car and may be fine left alone for short periods. Please research the Spitz character and needs, including relating to coat care. Bear will require a home with a garden and is unlikely to be suited to living in a town environment or a flat.

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Please note, Bear is being rehomed through the Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare in Sussex. If you are within Sussex or the neighbouring counties, please do contact Raystede.

Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare East Sussex
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare in East Sussex, please email kennels1@raystede.org or admin@raystede.org, or telephone 01825 840252. Centre located on the B2192 between Halland and Ringmer (nr Lewes) in East Sussex. Adoption fees apply.
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