Snowball – 7 month old male Japanese Spitz

Snowball, or Snowy as he is affectionately called, is a very lovely 7 month old male Japanese Spitz boy. He is fun, inquisitive, playful and very loving. He loves to play with his toys and have a fuss made of him. We are looking for a home where someone is around for most of the day as he is still a very young boy but he can be left for short periods of time with no problem, and he would benefit from puppy training/socialisation classes to get the most out of him.

 

Josh will need a good daily walk and will need to be brushed regularly as his coat when not clipped in very fluffy. He would make a good family addition to any home and is very lovable.

Josh is neutered, vaccinated, wormed, de-flead and crate trained. He travels well in a car and sleeps well at night. Josh is being fostered in North London near J26 of M25. We are looking to re-home him preferably in or around this area or neighboring counties as a home check will be done although other areas may be possible.

Lea Valley Dog Rescue

Lea Valley Dog Rescue

For further details regarding dogs available for adoption from Lea Valley Dog Rescue, please contact Jackie on 07857 604365 or Yasmina on 07815 547667 or Lynne on 07766660825. You may also visit www.leavalleydogrescue.co.uk
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