Paddy – 3-5 year old male Dalmatian

Paddy the very handsome Dalmatian is still here, he had is second birthday yesterday. He is a fantastic boy all round he can do sit,down,stay, he is amazing off lead with a bit of space and does come straight back.He plays fetch with a squeky bone and tug of war. He loves children, adults, other dogs,And is not bothered Cats and horses. He wants to be every bodies friend. He is fully house trained. He is playful at times but also loves a good cuddle on the sofa and walks beautifully on the lead using a head halti, and is getting better when just using his coller. He can be a bit stubborn at times when things are different so will need a routine. He is fine being left with a toy or another dog to keep him company. I would recommend he went with another dog of similar age or a lively adult dog,He can go with all children although he is big boy he has been fine with two-three year olds and a 5 year old. He has one habit that you may wish to change and that is his huge bear hugs i personally love them as does anyone who has met him as he is very gentle about it.

  

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