Spike – 2 year old male Cross-Breed

Please add Spike to our ‘Dogs needing homes’. Spike is a cross breed of approximately 2 years old. He was found dumped as a puppy along with his siblings. His rescuer had intended to keep him, but has now has been told to reduce the number of dogs he has. Spike gets on well with other dogs, but having only just been castrated he would prefer to live with females- he still sometimes feels he has something to prove when challenged by another boy. Spike loves his people, but is still a little uncertain with strangers, and inclined to bark & hide at first.

 

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He is travels well & is well behaved in the car. His house training has been good, but he still needs supervision to avoid accidents. He is not destructive. He walks well on the lead, & once he is confident with his handler will be fine off lead. Spike is not very keen on cats.

Lizzies Barn Animal Sanctuary Carmarthenshire

Lizzies Barn Animal Sanctuary Carmarthenshire

For further details regarding available dogs from Lizzies Barn, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, please contact Fionna at rehoming.lizziesbarn@googlemail.com or call 07976 538588All potential homes will be vetted and a set donation is payable upon adoption. All dogs will have been assessed and vet checked and, unless advised otherwise, will have been neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped etc prior to adoption. Potential adopters are expected to travel to Lizzies Barn to meet/collect their chosen dog.
Lizzies Barn Animal Sanctuary Carmarthenshire
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