Please give a warm welcome to Zak.
This gorgeous lad arrived into our care a few weeks ago, he’s been assessed and we think he’s now ready to move on.
Zak is around 12 months old, he’s still entire and will need his vaccinations re starting.
We have to describe Zak as ‘the class clown’ as he’s such a fool and never fails to make us laugh with his daily antics, he’s a real comic and the more you laugh the more silly he gets – no serious moments when this lad is around!
Zak hasn’t had much in the way of training in fact he hasn’t had much in his life at all but he’s eager to learn and please and does focus on treats well.
We did notice that Zak was a little possessive around his toys, this has been addressed and he now understands that toys mean play and so sharing them is ok.
Zak can be a food guarder and he is very greedy, maybe in his previous home he was tormented – who knows? This is something that needs to be taken on board and worked on in the home.
Due to Zak’s guarding issues (however slight they may be) he will not be suitable for a home with children.
Zak has not been cat tested but he has shown a high prey drive so we would say that he’s a no to cats however, he’s been quite sociable around other dogs so with the right introduction he may be ok.
This lovely boy has been out and about on walks and he’s fine with passers by, cyclists etc, he just needs a better life with people who understand the breed and who are prepared to put in the time, training and effort to make Zak into the dog he should and wants be.
Zak has been adopted.
- Notts - KENNELS
- 12 month
- Good with children:
- Good with other dogs:
- Careful introduction
- Good with cats: