George - Labrador mixed with a Mastin we think of 4 1/2 months
This lovely boy was found as a stray in Spain as a baby- one of the lucky ones he found himself a lovely foster home, where he lives with 5 other dogs with a retired couple. Meeting him and his foster mummy you can tell how loved he is- she said he gets on wonderfully with her dogs- he is more or less house trained, good on the lead, fine being left- he sleeps in a bed not a crate - nothing really bad to say about this lovely boy- he is going to be on the large size looking athis paws, I should imagine he is mixed with a Spanish Mastin -they are a lovely breed -very similar temperaments to the Newfoundlands and other mountain dogs- he is going to benefit, like all young dogs, from dog training ,and because of his size we want him to go to an experienced home as it's a big responsibility having a large size dog, and their future is in your hands bringing them up right - he has had the best of starts, being in a home ,and his foster home loves him ,and they would love to keep him but feel they have enough dogs -and they want to go on fostering and helping other dogs like George find new lives. They feel George would benefit from being with another dog, or dogs ,as he loves them so much.
This is George when a bit younger with his foster fur family
This is him out and about last week- so lovely
More videos of him out and about
George cannot be homed to full time workers, or people with children under 10 years old, because of his size- we want him to go to an experienced home who have had large breed dogs before, and understand the responsibility they bring, and who will put the work in now to bring them up to be well balanced and well trained adults - George has had the best of starts ,unlike some ,and we want someone to carry this on.
George is fully vaccinated- too young to be neutered you will be expected to do this as part of the adoption agreement once he is old enough. If you feel you could be the right home for George please email for our questionnaire at [email removed] in the first instance.
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