To apply to rehome Roman, please click on the 'Rehoming me starts here' button below to start your online application. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found, at which point Roman will be removed from the website. Roman is undeniably lovable and has captured the hearts of many here at the Centre. If those big soppy eyes and the cheesy grin don't draw you in, we will be left simply stumped to say the least. Roman has arrived in our care at such a young age through no fault of his own and has adapted to life on site very well. He is a big character who usually keeps our team entertained when he is fumbling about in the paddock or pulling funny faces when trying to figure out new things in the world around him.
Type of home needed
Roman is around 15 weeks old and has a lot to learn about life. He is going to grow VERY big and needs anyone looking to offer him a forever home to fully appreciate exactly what they are taking on in terms of his physical size and the other demands that surround adopting a puppy. A moderately busy household shouldn't be any problem for Roman as long as he can be given his own time to chill out and learn how to be a bit independent from his humans. His time left alone must be built gradually from the minimum to begin with in a way that helps him feel safe and secure in his surroundings; This will also be important in terms of helping him master his housetraining in the home.Roman has mixed well with dogs here at the Centre and should be more than happy to share his home with one; He will benefit from having an older and more confident role model to learn the ropes from. Children in Roman's home will need to be at least secondary school age, and will need to be fully comfortable around what will be a giant dog from the guarding breed variety.
More about me
Roman's home will need to be free of cats and other small furry pets. He has been fairly comfortable around traffic and hasn't been phased by parked vehicles here on site, although his history of travelling is unknown. If Roman is to share his daily activities with a dog sitter or walker, a couple of introductions will be required as he can be a little shy when very first meeting new people. Some amount of breed knowledge and experience will be extremely beneficial for Roman's family, and people looking to rehome him will need to be able to reflect in their application their desire to continue Roman's training in multiple areas. He still has some way to go in terms of his housetraining and this could be his first experience in a house environment.
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