Bobby is a 4 year old male Cross-Breed. He is fostered Norwich Norfolk. Bobby was rescued from a public shelter in Romania and adopted to a home in Germany. Unfortunately Bobby suffers from what we in the trade call “little dog syndrome”.
This is a common complaint caused when a big personality is concealed in a little body resulting in said dog feeling that they have a point to prove. It can be compared to the shortest man in the nightclub puffing out his chest and trying to cause a fight with the bouncers! His adopters could not cope with this behaviour and he was returned to Romania to await transport to us.
On a serious note, life is very hard for small dogs in the shelters and many do not survive them, if they do not learn how to look fearsome quite quickly they won’t make it out alive. This combined with the capacity to love his human family and the knowledge that there is “bad stuff” out there results in one cute little dog intent on protecting the family he adores.
Bobby can be a wonderful addition to the right family but care must be taken when visitors come. He is only small and is quite content to snooze away a few hours in a crate when visitors come at least whilst these issues are being worked with but potentially forever.
Bobby gets on well with other dogs, he needs an adult family. He loves his walks but needs firm handling when out and about. There will need to be a high level of commitment put into this cute little boy whose downfall has been living his family too much and wanting to protect them from the demons he sees around every corner.