Meet the wonderful Roo,
Since arriving at the centre Roo has charmed the staff with his cheeky personality. He can be shy of new people initially but forms relationships quickly through positive interactions; treats are the way to his heart! As Roo can be sensitive and timid at times, he would be best suited to an adult only home or a home with calm teenage children who understand his anxieties.
Roo’s confidence has grown day-by-day through play, training and plenty of walks; he loves to be ‘on the go’ so would benefit from a family who are active and keen to progress with trick training. He’s a real foodie and people pleaser which makes training fun and easy!
He builds attachments to people quickly and thrives in the company of humans; because of this, he would need a home where someone is around for most of the day to provide him with the companionship he deserves. Roo has shown mild signs of separation anxiety in a kennel environment so this may need working on within the home once he has settled.
Roo will need to be the only pet within the home as he can find seeing/meeting other dogs unsettling. The staff have begun positive training methods to help Roo feel more comfortable around other dogs but his new adopter(s) will need to be committed to continuing this training within the home. He would be most comfortable in a location where his family have access to quiet walks away from other dogs.
If you’re looking for a cheeky terrier to join your family, then Roo may be the one!
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