Tweed has come in to us with very little information so he may need all his basic training when he goes to his new home and this may include housetraining.
Type of home needed
Tweed is a handsome boy who does have a worried side, but can also be excitable and bouncy. He would suit an active home with new owners who will have the time to train and exercise him. Tweed does get on with other dogs and can be quite playful however if the other dog is playful back, he becomes quite worried. Tweed could live with children of 8 years or over as long as they give him time on his own when he needs it. He loves his food and treats which could be used as part of his ongoing training. Any time that he is left alone will need to be built up gradually leaving him with lots to keep him occupied.
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Can you offer Tweed his home for life?