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Name: Branch

Age: 3 years old.

Breed: Chihuahua x Yorkshire Terrier.

Fostered in: South Wales.

Health Issues: none known.

Branch is a super little dog and a proper little gentleman who puts his front paws on your knees to ask to come up for cuddles. He runs around the garden playing with his foster dog brothers at supersonic speed. He is house trained barring a wee at night which he does on the puppy pad. He meets and greets other dogs nicely when they come to my home. He is a gentle boy but wary of small children, mainly due to the fact they usually want to chase him because he is very small. He loves all people and is in his element when cuddling on someone’s lap. Branch is a lovely boy who would fit in to most homes but doesn’t like being left on his own. His previous home had quite a few dogs and he is used to that company! Branch doesn’t walk on lead or off lead outside the garden he lays down closes his eyes and plays dead. This is going to need persistent, so a home that’s willing to work on this is essential.


Can live with Children: 8 years plus

Can live with Dogs: Branch is great with most dogs, he seems to prefer females so would be better suited in a home with female dogs.

Can live with cats: Not tested

In the home Branch sleeps on a dog bed in his foster mums bedroom but has recently learned to jump up on the bed. He would happily sleep in another room with a resident dog. He is house trained 99.9% but uses a puppy pad to wee at night. He isn’t destructive or guarding he will growl if another dog goes near his food but fine with humans near him or removing the food. He can be left 4 hours or more with another dog for company. Branch is not crate trained.

Out and about: Refuses to walk outside at the moment, this will need addressing with plenty of patience.

Type of home: Branch will need a home where someone is around most of the day, a home who is willing to work on his lead training and no young children.

Branch is neutered and up to date with flea and worming treatment. Vaccinations will commence once lock down restrictions are lifted.

Potential adopters will be expected to travel to South Wales to meet him.