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Bram will be 2 in August. He is now neutered and microchipped and vaccinations have been restarted. We were asked to take Bram from the Police and this is what they had to say about him:

“Bram is a 14 month old neutered male Belgian Malinois, who has been in kennels for approximately 2-3 months as a result of him having bitten whilst at his previous home.  During his current kennel placement his behaviour has been exemplary, with him not showing any aggression or reactivity despite needing medical attention which is now all completed.

Bram appears to have spent a lot of his young life in shelters, with him having only been placed within a home for 6 days when he has bitten a guest that his previous owner took him to visit.

At the time of the incident, he was on the sofa on his back having tummy tickles, when two different versions of events have been described – either way, he has gone on to bite the face of the injured party once, causing tooth puncture wounds to the eyebrow / nose area which required medical attention.

Bram is a shy, nervous boy who tends to be wary of new people, however once he knows and trusts them, he is very friendly and follows you around happily. He loves his head rubbed and ears twiddled, but is not a cuddly dog, he enjoys human company and will lean against you for more fusses.  On occasions when he feels unsure of a situation, he looks for reassurance from those he trusts and may even hide behind them – but is happy to take their lead in overcoming the obstacle.

No aggression towards people or animals has been seen in Bram, with him instead appearing to want to interact with other dogs / small furies and livestock that he has met.

Bram has been living with multiple dogs in his foster home with no problems, but unknown with small dogs. He prefers a calm and quiet human energy and has been non-destructive throughout his stay.  He eats well and is fed dry kibble, he knows basic commands – however doesn’t yet understand how the value of toys, or how to play with them. He has no ongoing medical or health concerns, so is available for a suitable home once one is found.”

Can you give this lad the home he deserves please?

Bram has been adopted by his foster mum.

Surrey - IN FOSTER
DOB 24.8.21
Good with children:
Yes - Older Only
Good with other dogs:
Careful introduction
Good with cats:

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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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