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BARNEY IS A SPECIAL NEEDS DOG!

Well what can we say about this soppy lad! Barney is a GSD cross Rottie but does not have one ounce of malice in his daft body!  He does not like being left so would ideally need a home where someone was around most of the time.

This big lad came from another rescue where he was getting very stressed in such a busy kennel environment. Barney is 4 years old, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

Barney lived with 3 adults, 3 teenagers and a new baby and was relaxed and affectionate to everyone in his home. Whilst he is good with young children we would not rehome him with young children as he is much too boisterous. Very treat orientated and likes to chase balls but doesn’t bring them back but not toy possessive. He loves a good groom but does wiggle around but not keen on baths.

He will need a strong owner as he does pull on the lead so will need some training. Has been good with other dogs however because of his clumsy nature, he can annoy them barging into them and pushing past. He has lived with an older cat but does seem more intent on chasing them!

Was fine whilst staying in foster with 5 other dogs, just not very good at not walking over or through them! Loves to play! Barney does not like being left alone, probably because in his last home he was left for long periods of time. He is a very big, strong dog but just as daft with it.

He has no common sense and can only be described as a bull in a china shop. We believe he has the dog form of ADHD bless him.

This loving oaf found his perfect home where he was with mum all day and was able to run for miles. Unfortunately he got overexcited when playing with the landlord’s son (who was an adult) and caught his hand so mum was told the dog goes or you all do!

Barney has been in the kennels in Cornwall now for a long time where he has settled in fabulously and hopefully maybe some of his separation anxiety has been cured.

Barney would love a home where there was someone around most of the day and where he had the space to run around and play.This excitable and energetic lad will be a challenge but your faithful friend!

Have you the space and time for Barney please?

Barney has been in a foster home for quite a while and it is official he is staying!

 

Why we do what we do

German Shepherd Rescue Elite was not only set up to help as many unwanted, abandoned and neglected German Shepherds as possible, but to also offer education to the general public on the responsibilities / pros / cons of owning a large working breed dog and to be able to offer help and advice so hopefully we can become the prevention for once instead of always being the cure.

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