Bruno

Details

  • Status - Reserved
  • Breed - Trailhound
  • Sex - Male
  • Age - 1 year (approx)
  • Neutered - Yes
  • Vaccinated - Yes

More about Me

High Energy  High Energy
Cat Friendly  Cat Friendly
Older Children Friendly  Older Children Friendly
Can Live with Another Dog  Can Live with Another Dog

Description

DUE TO THE HIGH NUMBER OF ENQUIRIES, WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ANY MORE AT THIS TIME (10/1/22 MIDDAY)

Say hello to Bruno, a 1 year old trailhound. He is a lovely and affectionate goofball! 

Bruno has lived in a house since a puppy and is house trained. He has been around children and a cat. He is friendly with other dogs. Like all hounds, Bruno loves to follow his nose so will need extensive recall training before being allowed off lead. Access to a secure field to allow him off lead time, will be highly desirable. He will need a reasonable sized well fenced garden to do zoomies around.

Bruno is a happy-go-lucky and highly excitable young dog: after all, he is still very much a puppy. He is going to need an active home with adopters who have experience, energy and time to train him. He may benefit from activities such as canicross or park runs in the future.

Bruno may benefit from living with another friendly dog, or regular play time with dogs, as he loves to play.

Bruno gets quite anxious being on his own and will need owners who are able to be with him throughout the day, until he matures a bit and learns to be happy being left.

For anyone unaccustomed with the breed, they are bigger than beagles, so he is just big enough to get his front feet up on the kitchen units to check if you have left any tasty food lying around!. Bruno currently weighs 23kg. 

Please do not apply for Bruno on his handsome houndy looks alone! He will need the right home to suit his needs. Please email us in the first instance to tell us why you think he may be the right dog for you. PLEASE INCLUDE A PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR EMAIL  smallanimalteam@oaktreeanimals.org.uk

 HOMING CRITERIA

  • Active home willing to put time in to train him
  • Home with a garden with good fencing
  • Adopters happy keep him on lead until extensive recall training has been done
  • Home with someone around most of the time until they can build up time that he is left alone
  • Could live with a dog or cat so long as introductions go well
  • Potential to live with children, preferably older

WE HAVE MORE DOGS IN NEED

On average, we have 400 animals come into our shelter every year. Please take a look at some of our dogs looking for loving homes and see if you can find a friend for life. Where appropriate, all of our animals are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered. We also give each animal a behavioural assessment to identify their needs and help you find your perfect companion.

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