Odin is available for adoption through GSRE – this is what his current owner says about him.
Odin is a 3-year-old, male, short haired, black and tan German Shepherd. He is not currently neutered. His vaccination runs out shortly and he is not flea/worm treated. He is microchipped. He is currently fed 3 tins of Butchers and 1 cup of Wagg daily. His current owner is unaware of any food allergies/intolerances. He has no disclosed medical issues other than some warts and a benign tumour on the back of his neck which has been checked already at the vets. He is fine when visiting the vets. He has lived in his current home since he was 7 months old when he was obtained from some people who kept him in a dark shed.
Odin is being rehomed through GSRE due to his owner not being able to give him the time and attention he deserves due to having a child needing fulltime care (medical issues).
Odin is described as being good with children from the age of 1 year to 16 years old. He has never been socialised with dogs so his reaction towards them is unknown by his current owner. However, when he is walked, he is always on-lead and wearing a muzzle. He will bark at other dogs if they pass the home. His reaction towards cats and livestock is also unknown.
Odin will bark at visitors when they visit the home but is generally good with people. However, the postie has requested that the current owner puts a cage on the back of the front door, covering the letterbox! He has been left for up to six hours alone and its not believed he is destructive but did chew when he was younger. His reaction to travelling in the car is not known but has been in one when taken to the vets.
Odin lives indoors and is fully housetrained. He gets excited when he sees other dogs out and about so his current owner avoids going near any. He has a recall and also knows sit, stay and wait. He has not shown any possessive tendencies over food or toys. He does love to play ball. He doesn’t get many treats but does get cheese occasionally. He is happy to be groomed by a mobile groomer.
Odin is described by his current owner as being a beautiful dog who is good with children and is much loved. He is protective and alert and generally has a good disposition, basic training and decent recall.
- West Midlands - Own home
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