Cody is a 4 year old male Akita cross Pointer. He is a rescue from Cyprus who is now in the UK and looking for his forever home. He is currently living in the Barry area, Wales and here is a little about him. Cody is one incredible boy. His handsome looks, stature and good behaviour attract many compliments when he is walking by your side.
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He has had a DNA test done and it showed he was 50% Akita with 12.5% Pointer and many other breeds as well. He is a large boy and currently around 35kg. Cody is good with people, but wary of strangers so will not go bounding up to someone he does not know. Once he gets to know his humans he is super affectionate. He loves playing with his toys and lazing around in the garden.
He has met other dogs in his extended foster family and after calm introductions is happy to play with them and be in their company. So he could possibly share with a calm laid back dog, perhaps female, who can play with him and show him the ropes in his new home. He really does not like cats though, so he could not share his home with one or any other small furry animals.
He has not lived with children recently, so in view of this and his size, we would prefer any children in his home to be older and dog savvy. He is house trained, sleeps well through the night and he walks well on his front clip harness as you can see in the videos. He needs a home with a garden he can play and relax in, the bigger the garden the better! (Fencing at least 6 feet in height).
We would also prefer to find a home where this boy will have someone with him whilst he settles into his new life with you. He has been vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. Minimum adoption donation of £375 applies. ADOPTION IS SUBJECT TO A SATISFACTORY APPLICATION AND HOME CHECK.
His rescue must be informed at any time of a change in circumstances and Cody must never be handed over to any UK Rescue or sold or adopted on without our knowledge. His rescue always accept the return of their dogs and will endeavour to rehome them accordingly.