Pilot is a 9 months old lively Rottweiler X German Shepherd. He will need an experienced owner who will be able to continue training him using reward based methods to bring out the best in him. Pilot has lots of energy, so will need a home with someone around most of the time and able to take him on long interesting walks.

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Pilot can be wary of some men, and will need time to get to know and trust potential new owners. He would be better placed as the only pet, he can be good around other dogs, but because of his size and strength can be a little too much for some dogs to cope with.

Pilot will only be placed in an all adult household, or one with older teenagers as his play behaviour can escalate around younger people, as happened in his previous home. He has not yet finished growing and will be a big and powerful dog when fully grown, so will need a responsible person capable of handling and bringing out the best in him.

This lovely young dog has lots to offer, but just needs the right environment in which to flourish.

To adopt Pilot please contact The Blue Cross in Lewknor on 01844 355 293 or email lewknor@bluecross.org.uk

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The Blue Cross is Britain's pet charity, providing practical support, information and advice for pet and horse owners. Through its network of animal adoption centres it rehomes thousands of animals each year. Its hospitals provide veterinary care for pets of people who cannot afford private vets' fees.

See the dogs individual posts for contact details of each dog/main branch. For further details regarding adopting a dog from The Blue Cross Foster Scheme Scotland, please telephone 0300 456 8500.

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