Oyster has been homed – 12/11/20.
Oyster is in kennels near Fleet, Hampshire, he arrived with us on the 2nd October 2020 and he was born on the 4th September 2016.
He is slightly reserved with new people but he always has a waggy tail! He is a friendly boy, who likes to take in his new environment before showing everyone his true, loving character.
The lad is a clean boy in his kennel, is quiet when left alone but is very eager to be out with you once he can hear voices and have his cuddle time!
He loves his outings, travels well and is always very keen to get into the car unaided.
This boy has a bit of tooth ache currently, he will be having a dental this week so after this, once healed he will be able to start enjoying his food again.
Oyster would be fine as an only pet or with a female dog. He has shown he can be sociable with other breeds, if correct socialisation is carried out. This chap could live with children over the age of ten, who know how to behaviour around dogs.
This boy can walk nicely on a lead, with a big waggy tail and full of beans, he sometimes needs reminding to stand nicely to get his lead on so that the walk/outting can start as soon as possible.
He enjoys being around people, adores cuddles, playing and more cuddles, what more could any boy want?! Oyster comes across as quite a shy boy until he gets to know you but his tail never stops wagging! The shyness he shows can sometimes fool his human friends but with patience and time the real Oyster starts to shine through!
Oyster isn’t quite sure what to do with a soft toy, he watches as you throw it but currently his human friends seem to be running around more than he is with the toys! He does however enjoy a good game of zoomies, although it doesn’t last long until he crashes out with tiredness!
No cat please.
We will update his page soon, with more information as we get to know him better.