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Kane is 8 years young. He is microchipped, vaccinated and neutered. He is good with older children and ok with dogs but worries about larger dogs as he was attacked and will hide behind his person. Unknown with cats.

This lad has never shown any aggression and has been in the same home since a pup. Very sensible on lead when he knows you and has recall and basic commands. No issues over food or toys. Being rehomed due to his dad having a stroke and mum is struggling to give him the time he deserves so he is missing out on walks.

This is what our volunteer had to say about him:

“Owners state that Kane is not treat trained but he is whistle and clicker trained. I found him to be quite toy driven and responsive to requests for sit, watch, and wait, when I had the toy, but without it, he had no interest in me.

Builders are currently on site doing renovations and extensions, owners report Kane has been fine and not bothered by their coming and going or the noises they are making banging and drilling. He doesn’t like fireworks and hides behind any member of the family when they occur. He is not aggressive or reactive but prefers dark enclosed spaces.

I was not able to walk him though I did find his energy to be quite high and feel part of this is because he is not walked consistently. I was not able to introduce him to one of my dogs due to the owner saying he gets nervous due to being attacked as a pup. If we had been in a park or larger space I would have worked with this.

Kane seemed to be in good condition. He did seem a little overweight but probably as he is not getting walked as often as he should. Kane was on lead when I arrived but was fine when let off in that he showed no aggression, only excitement and curiosity with me.”

Can you give Kane a home please?

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Berkshire - IN HOME
DOB 28.8.14
Good with children:
Yes - Older Only
Good with other dogs:
Careful introduction
Good with cats:

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