Lori is a 1 year 8 month old medium size neutered male Hungarian Vizsla Cross (shoulder height: 45 cm, weight: 17 kg). He didn’t have the best start in life, as he was dropped at a city pound at a very young age and he spent nearly a year there. It is almost impossible to get adopted from these places so, with a joint effort, he was released last summer and was taken to a crowded shelter where, again, nobody really cared about finding him a home and he got stuck for about 6 months. We took him over early December and we obviously want the best home for him after all he’s been through. He has an absolutely loving nature, and despite this whole ordeal, he still trusts humans!
He has an absolutely loving nature, and despite this whole ordeal, he still trusts humans! He is a cuddly boy who loves human company and appreciates all the care and attention he is getting. He is still a bit shy and insecure in new situations but he is getting better every day as he is slowly introduced to the world around him. He has a loving nature, not aggressive and he learns new tricks quite quick. He has a typical vizsla look when he’s sniffing around and holding up his tail. He loves a play and he can be fast as lightning when running around chasing his doggie mates.
He is currently in our foster care with 8 other doggies and gets along with all of them. He likes the company of dogs and works really well in a pack. They are best friends with Ruca, his current kennel mate and it would be lovely to rehome them together! However, they can be adopted separately. He does not get walked currently so it is down to his new family to train him to walk nicely on and off the lead. He is clean in the house when he is let in but he does not spend nights in the house, therefore his new family needs to be prepared to housetrain him if needed. He also traveled nicely in the car.
Lori would be best suited for a family without or with children over 14 where he is not left alone for long periods of time and there is time for his training. We want him to be treated as a member of the family and respected and appreciated accordingly. His future family will need to be patient and give him time to settle in his new home. He could easily live with a friendly female doggie mate, but he would be equally happy living with his humans to care for him only. As all rescue dogs, he will need time, patience, love and commitment from his adopting family.
Lori is currently in Hungary and can travel to the UK as soon as the right family is found for him. He comes fully vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, dewormed, flea and tick treated, with an EU passport and DEFRA approved paperwork.
Adoption is subject to Home Check and Adoption Fee.