Due to me being pregnant and not having the space, time nor energy to care for my boy anymore I'm having to reluctantly let him go. His name is Benny, he will be 2 years old on November 18th, he's fully house trained, excellent call back when off lead, knows basic commands, he can just be a hand full as he's so loving and excited 24/7, starts pulling a little on the lead but soon slows and walks excellent with a firm handler. Favourite toys are football's and fluffy squeaky toys, and he is also food orientated and responds well to "What's this?". He has a habit of having a trickle when he gets really excited. He's neutered, microchipped and had all vaccinations. Prefers a full tin of meat (preferably gravy as jelly upsets his tummy a little) at meal times mixed with biscuits x2 a day. He is my angel who I've had since a baby and I will not even consider letting him go to someone who I am not 100% satisfied with. He is excellent with other dogs and will prefer to be with another dog who can keep up with him, he doesn't like being locked away at night as he likes being close to you but he does behave if needed to be locked away. He's been flead and wormed all through his life and will be due next lot in just over a month (he takes well to Advantage) he will swallow the tablet with no worries in a bit of meat. There is absolutely 0% aggression in this boy he is a saint, He's so stupidly soft and full of love, and will always try to be a lap dog no matter how big he gets! The new owner will have to keep me up to date throughout his years and I'm hoping he will not have to go far because I would love to keep in contact with my boy. He comes with vet papers, because of his importance to me and his excellent temperant and my predicament, I will not be putting a cheap price on his head, I want someone truly dedicated who knows this breed very well! He is an excellent boy and will truly liven up any household!
Most heart breaking thing I've ever had to do, really is a last resort ??