Meet this cheeky chap Reggie!
Reggie is a 10 month old Golden Springer X Labrador who is now looking for a loving forever home!
He is a super friendly boy who is always happy to meet new people and make some new human friends and making them smile with his goofy nature.
Although is a loving and excitable young dog, he sometimes does not quite know how to handle his energy, which can result in barking or jumping up and becoming a little boisterous. Due to this we are he is looking for a calm home, with no children younger than 8 years of age, where he can receive lots of training as well as mental and physical stimulation. He has displayed obvious signs of separation anxiety by being stressed or vocal when left, so will need a new owner to be around a lot of the time initially, with the hope of building him up slowly and positively.
Reggie has proven himself to be a super clever boy and is really responsive to his handlers and training – especially when there is a tasty reward involved. This will come in handy with building on his socialisation with other dogs, as he is currently a little unsure of how to interact and will benefit from slow introductions with other calm and respectful dogs once he is fully settled. He did live with dogs previously, so may be able to live with another, as long as they are well trained and tolerant.
As he is still young, Reggie is currently un-neutered, and will need to return to the centre in order for this to be carried out when he reaches the right age (around 12 months), in the meantime he will need to be kept on lead and in secure areas, to avoid risk to other dogs.
If you think that you can offer Reggie a stable home with lots of opportunities to learn and grow in to a well balanced family companion, then let us know by filling in a perfect match form below:
(Please note: we are experiencing a high volume of applications at present and have limited rehoming staff and resources, so please allow more time for your interest to be processed.)
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