Bee is in kennels near Fleet, Hampshire, he arrived with us on the 24th September 2021 and he was born on the 12th July 2018.

Bee and Bumble are brothers and have been kennelled together for a while.  These two enjoy each others company but can you tell them apart?

Both Bee and Bumble can be nervous meeting new people however it doesn’t take long for Bee to find his confidence and then he wants to say hello to people he knows.

These stunning looking brothers are both adorable and when you see them you will not be able to resist!

They do have separate personalities although they are nervous, once you have unlocked them these two become different dogs!

Bee and Bumble will not ‘sell’ themselves in a viewing, the lads nervous side will unfortunately get the better of them, when they first sees new people.  We would ask you to not over look these boys, any new owner for these two, we would ask to visit a couple of times before the homing date so they can start to feel more confident, before actually moving into a home environment.

Bee has made some good friends with a few of the kennel hands that he sees daily and will greet them with a big waggy tail and lots of ‘Bee cuddles and kisses’.  He just needs a little time and patience as once he trusts you, a loving boy comes out of his shell and you will not believe that it is the same dog!

He is quite quiet within his kennel but enjoys time out in the yard with a greyhound friend who he can run around with and play ‘catch me!’  This lad would need to be homed with another dog in the house, this will encourage him to become more settled and build his confidence up.

He could be homed with his brother if the right home came along.  We are also looking for a family who have experience with training nervous dogs.

We would ask for a quiet home with no young children, Bee could live with older teenagers who are familiar with nervous dogs.

He loves his outings, travels well and is always very keen to get into the car, unaided. This boy can walk nicely on a lead and enjoys going out for his walks.  Bee can be a little anxious at times on his walks, although his confidence is growing and he is becoming less anxious when in new environments.

Bee has shown he can be sociable with other breeds, if correct socialisation is carried out.  He enjoyed meeting Chloe and loved racing around the yard with her.

He enjoys being outside, either going out for walks or just stretching his legs in an enclosed area.

There is a lot for Bee to learn about the outside world, with time and a confident owner he will learn and his true character will start to shine.  Bee will not show his true colours in a viewing, he needs to learn to trust his human friends, before he becomes more confident around them.  Poor Bee might be overlooked because of this, he would love to have a viewing and a home, just like his other friends.

We would consider homing the brothers together as they get on so well together but they can also be homed apart providing they have a doggie companion in their new home.

Bee enjoys a good game of chase, with his soft toys, he will sometimes pick them up whilst he is running around at top speed!  This boy will only show you his love for toys when he has a doggie friend with him, otherwise he will just stand and look at them!

This lad needs time to settle into a home and an owner who is confident.  They need to spend time with Bee earning his trust and giving him space to develop his character in a new environment.  Any owner who takes on this lad will not look back, once Bee has become more confident, he is such a loving boy who just wants his own home.  In just a few days his confidence has grown massively around people he knows well.

Call the adoption line and come and meet Bee – what a fantastic lad he is!

Comments are closed.