7.5 years
Belgian Sheppard X
Brown, White & Grey
Living with Children:
A home with older children 13+ will be considered
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with another well suited calm dog would be considered.
Ideal Home Situation:
An active family, where someone can be around for most of the time.

We are delighted to introduce to you the beautiful Blue.

She’s a bright and energetic girl with a sensitive and gentle nature. Blue adores being outdoors and is her most content when she’s out exploring with her favourite human companion(s). She’d be most suited to an outdoorsy active family who are looking for an adventure dog to join them!

Even though Blue loves the big outdoors; she’s partial to a snooze on her bed and being lazy when indoors. She would be most suited to a home that are around all day to provide her human companionship as she does struggle when separated from her human(s). Her new family will need to be committed to on-going separation anxiety desensitisation training to help her feel more comfortable when being left.

Blue enjoys the company of other dog’s when out on walks but doesn’t necessarily need much from them. She has the potential to live with another calm older dog that is social and respectful, but wouldn’t tolerate living with a young / lively dog. Another dog in the home is not essential.

She has excellent lead manners and social skills with people. She is not a dog that requires extensive training as she’s a mature and well balanced dog, however, she does enjoy learning new fun things to keep her brain stimulated! Blue has a love for toys, and you will actively find her self entertaining herself with these if the family are busy working from home!

If you feel you could offer Blue the forever home she deserves, please complete a perfect match form below:

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