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FLOYD - Mixed Breed 

Size: 50cm approx

Sex: male

Age: 3 years 

Neutered: yes

Vaccinated: yes

Microchipped: yes

Child friendly: yes but better with older children 10+ who are gentle and know how to respect a dog’s boundaries

Dog friendly: yes

Cat friendly: not tested as no cats at his foster home

Temperament/Behaviour/Training needs:

Floyd is absolutely adorable. He is a calm, quiet and submissive dog, but does not lack some youthful energy when out in the field.

He likes other dogs and humans. He’s a little bit shy at first but wants to get to know you. 

Floyd needs basic training which has already started in his foster home and his adopters would need to continue this. He’s easy to train and learning the basics quickly, which he’ll need help with to keep his skills up. 

Floyd has not been in the UK long and is being given the time to just get used to his new surroundings and new people for now, as well as home life as such which was very new to him. It would be too early for Floyd to be exposed to too many new experiences at this point, as it most likely would overwhelm him at this early stage. 

Life as we know it is very new to Floyd as he grew up in the Bark Ark rescue shelter in Bosnia which is all he has ever known before coming to the UK. Hence he needs patient and kind step by step socializing as he tends to go into panic mode at times. 

House trained: Yes

Crate trained: Yes

Blood tested/Health:  tested negative for Brucellosis, Leishmans, Heartworm, Lyme Disease, Anaplasmosis, Ehrlichia and passed his general pre-travel health check in Bosnian and his general health check in the UK is scheduled for the 20th Dec

Rescue story: was found as and abandoned street pup and grew up in the rescue kennels since he was a puppy.

Ideal Home: Floyd would not be suited well for busy town life and would prefer a quiet location with good size garden in a semi rural or rural part of Cornwall/Devon. He could live in a family with older well behaved children who have previous experience with rescue dogs. 

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