Jordon needs:-Jordon's family will be willing to offer him the training a large dog requires and have the patience whilst he applies himself to learn. Jordon is still be 'chewy' but improving but expectations should be realistic. Jordon deserves a fair sized exercise area and ideally his own garden to express his fun-side in. Older children who have lived with a dog before who don't mind sharing toys! Still very fluid and could share with other dog who is accepting of a puppydog who can get fluttered meeting the 'new'.
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.
Video: Jordon excited to be out and about
Video: Jordon relaxed on his walk
Known background: Jordon was found stray in late 2013 as a young 'teenagers' Jordon is now a young adult. Jordon has been neutered, chipped and vaccinated. Jordon has enjoyed several short foster placements but currently in kennels in Broxbourne.
About Jordon: Jordon is an intelligent boy. Eager to befriend and play and still rather enthusiastic to lick your face on greeting but well judged and received well by people who see his heart burst with love. On encountering strangers Jordon can bark and step back but a little reassurance and he is close friends. Very easy to walk and he is like a 'puppet on a string' forwards and then turning and seeking approval. Travels well but again its obviously not a familiar activity for him: Jordon as led a very sheltered life.
Jordon is a lanky crossbreed about 24-25" to the shoulder. Fawn and white, smooth haired, still losing his winter under coat. He has American Bull breed in his genetics there and ?greyhound. He has the loving nature of the bull breed winning friends and the speed but he does seem very connected with his walker on his outings.
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