He is a 1 year old boy and needs to be living in a home not in kennels.Zak is a lovely young boy with a couple of issues. He will need a home which is understanding of him, he would ideally enjoy a home where he can burn off some of his energy, love going for walks, and enjoying plenty of tlc and cuddles too. So about Zak, he was living with a dog but he would suit a home which is dog free but still keeping him socialised with walks away from the home. He is alittle dominant over other dogs but being neutered will help with this in the future. There was a cat in the house but he will chase it if the cat comes past so ideally a cat free home is best too. There were young children in the home which are from 3 years onwards, as Zak has a lively boy he would suit older children maybe in our opinion from 9+ years onwards.
Zak has alot of potential with the right people, he was alittle untrusting but he quickly understands you are not going to spook him or taunt him he is now an amazing young boy, I think he has had alot going on and to cope with in his 12months of life, and being alittle quieter and maybe a home which is consistent with routines would help this boy to trust people. We would suggest training, lead control as he does pull alittle but walks OK on a halti, he has never been let off the lead so another issue which would need working on. His new owners would need to be home alot as he does miss company, and does not enjoy being in a crate when left.
We would suggest training, lead control as he does pull but walks OK on a halti, he has never been let off the lead so another issue which would need working on. His new owners would need to be home a lot as he does miss company, and does not enjoy being in a crate when left.
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