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CAN BE AN ONLY DOG IF OWNERS ARE HOME MOST OF THE TIME OR LIVE WITH A RESIDENT DOG
SENSIBLE DOG SAVVY CHILDREN
NOT CAT TESTED
NEED LOVING PATIENT OWNERS WHO WILL HELP HIM ADJUST IN HIS NEW HOME
Joey is 2 year old Yorkshire Terrier described by his foster mum as such a sweet boy who will easily become your companion. He loves to sleep by his foster mums side on the sofa and follows her everywhere. He’s a clever dog who will sit, give paw and rollover for belly tickles. He is completely house trained. Eats really well and will remind you when it’s dinner time. He gets on well with the other dogs and has a special love for one. Joey gets excited when his foster mum get the lead out for the others so I’m sure he will love a walk when fully vaccinated. He sleeps in his bed in the kitchen overnight and settles well. He has also learned routines in the house really quickly. Joey has started to play with toys in the last week and loves to run and play in the garden.
Joey loves people, especially, if they make a big fuss of him. He may bark when they first come in the house but this quickly stops when he knows they are friendly. He has met a few small children and has been excited to be fussed by them. He also loves the dog savvy 11 year old in the house and wakes him up in the mornings with a sloppy kiss.
He’s not been cat tested.
Joey is mainly quiet in the house unless he hears a noise then will have a little bark. He sometimes asks to go out in the garden and will remind you of dinner time. He loves to sleep on the sofa next to you or his favourite dog in the house.
Joey hasn’t been out very much because he’s not fully vaccinated. He was excellent at the vets when he was neutered. Happy to greet everyone and wasn’t bothered about other dogs.
Joey would suit a home as an only dog or would be happy with another small dog to play with. He would like a home where someone is around most of the time but can be left for short periods. He will need some help to readjust in a new home as when he first came here he was nervous of going in the garden on his own. I’m sure he will adjust really quickly. He would also be happy in a home with children as long as they understood he may need time to settle.
1St vaccs, microchipped and up to date flea and wormer
Fostered in St Athan, Barry
Joey comes with 5 weeks free Agria pet insurance