Eric – 2 year old male Boxer

Gorgeous Eric is a young boy of about 2 years old, can you believe this youngster was found as a stray and never claimed? Poor skinny boy needs fattening up but he is in good spirits and completely bonkers. He is going to make someone very happy, he is a typical bouncy happy Boxer boy.

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Will need lots of training but loves his treats so is very trainable. Due to him being a stray we cannot home him with young children, he is an extremely lively and boisterous boy and needs a very active home, he is it the most hyper age and obviously has a lot of pent up energy too, he has been okay with other dogs off the lead, but can be a handful on the lead and is a bit much for them!

He was rehomed but was returned after a week as he was showing separation anxiety when left alone. He needs a committed and patient owner who will give him plenty of time to settle into a new routine, this can take months! Eric is in kennels in Ormskirk.

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