Poor Jay is a very timid lad. He is worried in kennels but does well with his kennel mate by his side. He is looking for a family that can introduce him to a whole new life - he is afraid of toys and we think he has never seen them before so the noisier ones worry him. He has a sofa in his kennel that he absolutely loves! He sprawls across the whole thing or curls up in the corner, but he's definitely made it his own!
Type of home needed
Jay resopnds to his carers now that he knows them, but he's going to have to ask his adopters to meet him at the centre a few times before he goes home. He is very worried by new people so needs to build a bond with them before he leaves us. He gets along well with other dogs, and although he will walk happily with males, he does prefer to play off lead with the girls. We are unsure if he is housetrained and due to his shyness is better living with older children, aged 15 and above.