To apply to rehome Ocean please click on the 'Come and Meet Me' button below. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found. PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO CONSIDER APPLICATIONS WITHIN A 1 HOUR DRIVE FROM OUR CENTRE (WR11 7RT). Ocean is bursting with enthusiasm and energy! He is always wishing to get involved in anything going on around him, and quite literally throws himself into all that life has to offer. Ocean loves running around and chasing toys; Fetch is one of his favourite games which he would play all day if given the chance. Anyone wishing to open their home to Ocean should ensure that they are able to take on a big dog with a LOT of energy that never seems to dwindle. Not only will it be important for Ocean to be promised lots of chances to exercise physically, but he must also be given ample chances to use his brain through enrichment and brain games.
Type of home needed
Ocean is seeking a very active new home where his overflowing amounts of energy can be directed towards fun, productive ways such as trick training, physical activities like agility and food enrichment challenges. He is VERY housetrained as he has spent his life in a home environment previously. Ocean's over-the-top mannerisms can be rather overwhelming for anyone not expecting them; His family will need to be able to accept that this is one of his very strong personality characteristics that simply needs channelling into more acceptable ways. He will need to be promised a very high level of physical activity, and would like his own large, secure garden with high fencing to burn-off excess energy. Ocean is also exceptionally strong on the lead, and will therefore require not only a physically strong family, but also someone who is keen to invest lots of time into his ongoing training in several areas.
More about me
Ocean can live with children of secondary school age and older, and visitors to his home could be young (although Ocean's size and bounciness will need to be considered). He may be able to share his home with a canine companion who is confident enough to tolerate and match his zest for life and full-on approach to absolutely everything. Ocean's home will need to be free of smal furry pets and cats, and he would like his time left alone to be built-up gradually. It will be very important for Ocean's family to fully appreciate how big and bouncy he is, and that this will take lots of thought. Not only is Ocean full of beans, but he does also have some anxieties beneath his seemingly confident exterior; In many ways, his exuberance is a coping mechanism he uses in an attempt to mask these insecurities.
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