Obi is a 10 month old sweet-natured young cross-breed boy who has not had the best start in life after being found abandoned in Romania. He is around 7kg in weight and will remain small in size.

Obi is a little shy around people and is not used to being part of the family, but you can tell he desperately wants to be friends. He is getting braver by the day in his foster home and is slowly learning that humans can be trusted.

Obi will lie on the sofa and like his crate as his safe place that he can go to if feeling a little overwhelmed.

Obi has started to join in with his foster siblings when they get excited that their foster mum is home and will come over for treats. He licks your hand and allows you to scratch his chin but he just needs baby steps to allow full contact.

An ideal home for Obi is someone who has the time and space to let him figure things out and let his true personality shine through.

Obi has started to venture out into the garden and had his first walk outside on a slip lead. He did amazingly well and we know this is just the start for him! His foster will continue to work with him on both.

As he has not been exploring the garden until recently he is not fully housetrained yet but will use puppy pads.

Obi is good with his other dogs in his foster home and happy to be around them, however, he doesn’t interact with them much. An ideal home for Obi would have a laid-back resident dog who he could copy and gain confidence from.

Obi has not yet been neutered so any potential adopter must be willing to get this done once he is old enough.

He has been vaccinated, microchipped and health checked by a vet.

He is currently being fostered in Devon but is ready to find his new home dog.

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