Jethro needs a supportive family to offer time and tolerance to allow their new dog to settle. Large dog experience would mean the family are accepting of his 'fun' and his need to express energy and enthusiasm as a young dog. Secure garden and exit management as Jethro is intelligent and may try to follow: Always enclosed whilst out with care around lever doors: This lad is adores companionship but settles in own company! NB Our Rescue asks owners to maintain dogs on lead in public spaces and manage encounters, as dog law changes place dog's lives at greater risk.
Known background: Jethro was found stray/abandoned and unclaimed within a council pound. We stepped forwards to offer a Rescue place and save Jethro's life. Now neutered, chipped and fully vaccinated. Currently in boarding kennels in Guildford enjoy walks within a public arena.
About Jethro: Jethro is bright, full of fun and trains well. He engages with commands and has been learning to walk with slack on the lead after his initial enthusiasm of being free from his kennel. Jethro has curiosity, ventures forward to understand, meet and engage. Jethro isn't leapy and has quite a settled energy which is masked within the hype of kennels . The defining characteristic of Jethro is he loves to explore, with his loved people. Has capability of getting over a high fence but would only if he was intent to re engage with company, i.e. bored: Found in a Jack Russell's one morning, both pleased as punch!
Jethro is a large Mastiff x with a ready smile and intelligent engagement shining through his eyes. Very gentle around people and settles walking with other dogs, meeting other dogs well given slack and walked on by. Jethro's walks are about sniffing; seeing and cuddles whenever there is a rest moment. Devotional to his 'owner/ handler' so very popular. Great guy in everyway!
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