Hunter was 2 in March. He is still entire and his vaccinations are out of date but he is microchipped.
This is what our volunteer said about him:
“On arrival Hunter answered the door!! I was greeted by the most polite and calm young GSD I have met. Hunter currently lives with an 8 year old Staff and I am told they no longer get on, although I did see them playing nicely together in the garden. I expect that now the Staff is getting older he doesn’t want to play as much as Hunter does and this is leading to a falling out.
We went for a little off lead walk in the field behind the house and Hunter stayed close and had good recall. We didn’t meet any other dogs but I am told that he likes to play with other dogs on his walk. On returning to the house, he laid down nicely wanting to be close to the other dog, whilst I filled out the paperwork. I invited him over for a fuss which enjoyed, giving me his paw and asking me for more when I stopped. Hunter isn’t particularly toy or food orientated. I am told he is a nightmare on the lead pulling and barking, but off lead is great.
He has the most beautiful coat and is in lovely condition and obviously a well looked after dog. They got him when he was 12 weeks old and he has grown up with thee children (all boys) now 15, 10 and 7 years old. I am told he is good with all the children.
Hunter obviously likes the company of the other dog and may well fit in with a bitch of similar energy levels, in fact, I think he would like the company of another dog. He would benefit from being neutered and having more stimulation!
I could quite easily have taken Hunter home with me.”
Well having spent a lot of time getting this lad assessed and sorting all the interested homes, the owner rehomed Hunter to a friend within 48 hours of our volunteer visiting and did not bother to tell us!