This is our gorgeous boy Freddy. Freddy is a very loving and affectionate 14 month old Cross Breed boy. Everyone falls in love with this gorgeous, fluffy face when they meet him and he absolutely adores everyone he meets. Freddy has a truly wonderful nature and does not have a bad bone in his body. He loves to be around people and is good with children and other dogs. He loves to have company and will actively seek out new friends all the time and it is just so hard to resist that adorable face of his.
Freddy absolutely loves to go out for walks and explore the wide world. When there are no distractions, he behaves very well but he does also love to run after squirrels etc in the woods but will come back to you after a while. Freddy knows commands like “sit”, “paw”, “down” etc in the home but as he is a young dog, further basic command training would benefit Freddy in order to get the most out of him and to build that all important bond with his new owners. Freddy can walk nicely on the lead too, but yet again when he gets really excited he can pull with excitement and maybe a halti would help.
Freddy loves his toys and will happily play with a selection by himself or with a friend if you have time. Freddy gets on very well with other dogs and it would probably benefit him to live with another suitable doggy companion to help show him the ropes on how to behave and give him company.
Freddy is looking for an active home with lots of walks and someone who is at home throughout the day as he likes the attention and frets a bit when left. We feel that Freddy would benefit from another suitable doggy companion too, to over come this situation and owners who have dog experience to help Freddy feel at home. As he is quite a big dog that jumps up, we will not re-home him with small children as he might knock them down, although he would not hurt them. Older dog savvy children are fine. Freddy chases cats!
Freddy’s present owners feel that they are not the right people to give everything that Freddy needs, and that if they were younger (age 68) and fitter, they would definately not be in the position of having to find Freddy a new home. They love him very much and just want what’s best for him. They are finding it hard to hold him on a lead when he gets excited and he is too strong for them and they worry as they then have to let go of the lead and he jumps up at people to greet them. They say that someone who is younger and fitter than they are and who can give him more exercise would be the right home and who is around during the day and with another dog.
Freddy is a fabulous, very loving and affectionate boy who wants to be loved and have fun and friends all around him. Once some training has been achieved Freddy will make a wonderful family member to any household who will invest the time and energy into this super handsome, loving boy.
Freddy is neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, wormed and flea treated.