D.O.B OCT 2021
MEDIUM – 19kg
WILL HAPPILY LIVE WITH OTHER DOGS
Sadly Olly finds himself looking for a new home and the family are devastated. Originally a failed foster, Olly has grown up to be a very high energy teenager and the resident dogs are struggling; sadly the elderly Husky is in increasing pain due to arthritis and whereas a year or two ago he and Olly would have been perfect playmates, Olly really needs someone his own age and with his energy levels to match.
Olly is a lean, long legged 19kg. He has been going to training classes and is quick to learn. He knows sit, wait, lay and stay. His recall command needs working on, but he’s getting there. He’s not at all reactive with other dogs, though he is still learning to understand their signals, he is a bit full on for some dogs. He’s fine with the cats and he’s been brilliant with the children of differing ages; he seems to understand not to use teeth. He does chew and dig holes in the garden, but this is normal puppy behaviour and can be redirected.
He loves his walks, he’s currently walked twice a day, one of which is a run, and he is still sometimes a little nervous of cars. He is also cautious of new things, like balloons or bins, until he has worked out it’s ok. He has been caravaning several times with the family, and he’s absolutely fine in the car.
Olly would be best in a home with a similar age dog with the same sort of energy levels. Ideally he would like having someone around most of the time because he does get a bit anxious being left, but this could be worked on, and a dog with similar energy may help. He absolutely adores cuddles.