Diesel is an absolutely stunning white Akita (possibly cross Husky). He is such a lovely boy who is so friendly and full of character. Diesel is looking for an understanding home as he is sadly blind due to having an autoimmune disease, but he copes with this amazingly well and once he knows his surroundings, he gets about fine. He has seen a specialist for his condition who have confirmed he doesn’t need any treatment for his condition. Diesel loves his walks, and walks quite nicely on a harness. He is fine meeting other dogs out and about, and could possibly live with a friendly larger breed female dog in his new home. Due to his eyesight, he cannot be rehomed with children under 16, just in case he is startled. Diesel is fully housetrained and fine to be left for a few hours on his own. He is really responsive and sits nicely for a treat and gives both his paws! He's such a loveable boy who will make a fantastic companion for his lucky new family. We are looking for a home who have some experience of his breed, with a decent sized secure garden for him. If you can offer Diesel a 5* home, please fill in a pre adoption form on our website: www.helpingyorkshirepoundies.co.uk
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