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May I introduce Polar Bear who is about 8 years old. Now neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

Polar Bear came into us from the pound after he had been found as a stray at the beginning of August in Kettering. We were told he could show aggression, but apart from not wanting to get on the scales when he arrived at the kennels, he has just shown he is confident in himself and will not be pushed about.

We would not rehome with young children as we do not know his history. Being socialised with other dogs and happily walks with them. A no to cats. This lad will need an experienced home who can find the balance of mutual respect please.

This is what one of our volunteers says about him:

“Our gorgeous gent came into Elite from a pound so his history unknown. He’s only 6 years, male neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Walks beautifully on lead but is strong when wanting to sniff something.In the park yesterday and it’s just so lovely to watch him explore his environment. He has such woeful eyes and seems as though he has the world’s worries on his shoulders.
He is settling but can still be sensitive to handling but as time goes by he is beginning to trust. Shown no aggression to passing other dogs, does a lil bunny hop on seeing but updates to follow as he gets out more with fellow sheps. We saw a very confident cat yesterday on our travels and he showed interest but then pottered on. Fine with the traffic in the town.Taking everything at Bears pace and he can seem aloof at times. Does like his treats and takes gently on being with you a while. He needs TLC (which he’s getting from the great staff) but feel would blossom in a good calm loving home that would allow him time to settle.
A magnificent stature of a GSD, if would like to meet our gent please contact GSR ELITE”


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8 years
Good with children:
Yes - Older Only
Good with other dogs:
Good with cats:

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