Introducing Copper! He has a big personality to match his striking looks.
Copper has a sweet but excitable personality making him a pleasure to be around. He thrives in human company and has proven to form relationships quickly with the people he spends most of his time with. He greets everyone with a waggy tail and sloppy kiss but can become over excited on initial greeting causing him to jump up. His new home will need to be dedicated to continuing basic training and social skills to help with his over-excited behaviours.
He is full of beans making him ideal for a family that are active and outdoorsy. Copper is keen to explore the world around him and is at his happiest when out hiking with his faviourate human companions. Due to his size and excitable traits he would be best suited to an adult only home. Copper could be introduced to children once he has excelled with his manners.
Copper loves food and human attention which are two great motivators for training. His ideal home will need to have time to provide him with plenty of physical and mental stimulation as well as basic training. Dog training classes would be beneficial for Copper; these are great for maintaining socialisation in a controlled environment, improving on their skills and enhancing human-dog relationships.
Due to Copper leading a sheltered life up until now, he can find other dogs a little overwhelming; because of this he would only be suitable to a home that has no other pets. He will need a committed owner who can help him with his confidence around other dogs. He has the potential to be a social dog with other dogs in the future so long as his new owner is dedicated to training and confidence building.
If you could provide Copper with endless love, play and cuddles then he could be the dog for you. Please fill out a perfect match form to express your interest in adopting this handsome chap.
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