3 years old
Living with Children:
A calm home with understanding and dog savvy children age 13+
Living with Dogs/Cats:
I am looking for a home with no other animals
Ideal Home Situation:
A loving and affectionate family who can provide me with lots of attention

Sully is now searching for a sofa to call his own!

Sully has a sweet, gentle and affectionate nature towards people which has stolen all the carers hearts here at CDCH. He’s quick to form bonds with new humans and will lap up any attention he can get. As Sully thrives in the company of humans it would be best that his new family are around the majority of the time to provide him with the companionship he seeks.

He has a happy-go-lucky personality and is keen to join in with any activity his fellow humans participate in, like; long countryside walks where he can run and play in the grass, trips out in the car to explore new places and especially a cuddle on the sofa in the evening! Sully has proven to be social when out on walks with other dogs but much prefers the company of humans so will be best suited to being the only dog in the home.

As Sully is still young, he would benefit from an active lifestyle that can provide him with plenty of physical exercise along with continued basic training within the home.

Sully entered CDCH’s care slightly underweight so a weight management plan will need to be continued within the home to nourish him back to full health. Due to this, Sully can show to be demanding / become frustrated around food easily which will need managing in the home. To ensure Sully doesn’t have the opportunity to practise this behaviour or scavenge, he would be best suited to a home with teenage children.

If you could provide Sully with the home he dreams of then please fill out a perfect match form.

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