Will was rescued from a death shelter in Croatia and adopted in the UK with a wonderful family. Unfortunately Wilf is very full on when meeting other dogs , he gets over excited and tugs and tugs to meet them. He is not an aggressive dog in anyway. The adopters have a small child in a pram and so unfortunately though as lovely as Wilfred is, trying to train a dog like Sir Wilf whilst having a child in tow is proving impossible. Ideally Wilf would be better living with at least 1 other dog as he really wants doggie company. A K9 friend who was willing to play rough and tumble with him would be his ideal choice of chum. With children he really is totally bombproof and adores human company.
This little guy is such a character, he just needs that family that are used to terrier breeds and have the time and ability to train him and show him that getting all excited, jumping around and pulling on the lead is NOT the best way to make friends in the park. Some may say well let him off the lead, the problem with this is Sir Wilf has selective hearing when he chooses so it is not advised to let him off the lead unless you want to launch a search and rescue party after every walk.
So a family or person that understands terrier breeds and their excitability and also enjoy long regular strolls would suit this handsome doggy down to the ground. One thing his new family must be aware of is Sirs ability to scoff down a pan of bolognese etc from the oven top if you turn your back too long on him, but a sense of humor and awareness of Wilfs little ways will delay any problems from such antics.
Wilf really will make a family the most wonderful new addition . He is is microchipped, vaccinated (inc ant rabies), dewormed, deflead, vet checked, DEFRA compliant, has full Pet Passport.