Bear – Now Adopted

Bear is described by is foster family as literally a big, soft bear! He loves cuddles, kisses and to be near his humans, on the flip side he can be a bouncy, boisterous boy who is unaware of his own strength!! He also has a fab bully snore, loud!!!

Bear walks really well on either a harness or collar and lead. He walks well with another dog or on his own. He is unreactive to dogs in public and quite enjoys a sniff if he’s allowed!

Bear hasn’t got good recall and would need someone who would be willing to train him going forward.

Bear is very treat orientated and very clever! He already knows the basic commands such as sit, wait and leave.

Bear enjoys playing with toys and shows no possessiveness when other dogs remove his toys. He loves playing tug and enjoys a game of bitey face.

Bear is no problem at all when doing his cleaning regime, in fact he loves his face and ears cleaning in particular.

Dogs name: Bear

Age: 16 months old

Spayed/ Neutered: chemically castrated but will need surgical in January 2021

Can live with children: Yes

Age of children : 8 plus

Can live with dogs: Yes

Can live with cats: No

Current location: Sutton Coldfield, Midlands

How far can the dog travel from current location: 4 Hours

Things to be aware of:

Bear is a young bouncy boy and he will need a family who are willing to spend time training and giving him routine and boundaries.

Bear has some food allergies which have settled down on our preferred food of Burns Sensitive Pork and Potato.

The ideal home:

Bear is absolutely adorable. He is very much still a young pup and will continue to require training.

Bear absolutely loves human attention so someone who is around a majority of the day would suit him best.

Bear can get over excited so with this in mind we are rehoming him with dog savvy children over 8, so they will have a better understanding of how to keep him calm when he’s getting over excited and playful.

Other comments:

Bear has been a pleasure in foster, he is a typical young bulldog and will need routine, boundaries and training going forward. He has used a crate in foster which he settles well in overnight or if needed in day.

Bear will require surgical castration in January 2021, we will arrange for his operation and pay for this. It will be a condition of the adoption contract that this is completed by the new owner at a vet of our choice.

Bear did have accidents when he first arrived into foster but that has mostly subsided now but he will need continued work with this. Bear travels well, we will consider a new home for him up to 4 hours from his current location in Sutton Coldfield, Midlands

If you have any questions, please ask Trish Plaister foster mum to Bear.

Bear’s adoption fee is £450 and will need to be paid in full prior to going home which will also be subject to a home check.


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