| Status: AdoptedName: Lee|
Age: 1 Year
|Location: Leonard Stanley Stonehouse Glos|
11/12/12 Lee is an 7 month old Lurcher puppy who has very sadly been returned as he was a bit too much for the small resident dogs as he wants to play all the time and is quite full on. He is a lovely and very attractive little boy who is inquisitive about the world and is a really people orientated pup. He does have some separation anxiety which is something his new owners will need to be prepared to work on. He will need to attend puppy training classes where we think he will excel as he is very responsive. He meets and greets very politely, will sit and pass other dogs without pulling. He loves playing with other dogs and would love a friend to play with in his new home. So a larger and perhaps slightly older dog who will bond with him but take the lead and not be bowled over by his enthusiatic play would be great. He is a quick learner and will easily adapt to new routines. He greets people gently and is still a bit of a baby although unlikely to grow much bigger.
Lee (Barlee) is a lovely playful pup, quite stunning to look at with his apricot/caramel/stripey coat and liquid toffee coloured eyes. He loves to play with other dogs of all sizes, and sometimes needs putting in his place when he gets over enthusiastic. He’s quite the little drama queen too when it comes to telling tales: “SHE started it mum” and “look at my poorly leg/paw/somewhere-or-other” in a very convincing manner. In other words he can be a bit of a wimp as well as a bossy boots. But he responds very well to firm clear guidance. He’s very bright and learns fast, so he will love going to training classes with you.
The adoption fee for a dog is £170 for a dog at the centre and £180 for one in foster. If your application is successful you will be home checked and you, all members of your family and any dog(s) who will be living with the dog MUST come to meet the dog you want to adopt. All our dogs are micro-chipped, have had at least their first inoculation and are spayed/neutered unless there is a medical reason for not doing so.
and then complete the