AVAILABLE TO ADOPT
Age: 7 approx
EU passport: No
Clay is looking for a forever retirement home. Clays ideal home would be a quiet, single person household where he can relax, have cuddles and go for long countryside walks.
Clay was rescued from a gypsy camp in Hungary with his brother where we believe he was tormented by children and both dogs had their tails cut off. This has made clay extremely reactive to children and very nervous about his little ‘wag stump’. He cannot be around children at all and is very good at having a muzzle put on at the vets.
He is a typical puli, very opinionated, funny and very cuddly with his person. He is also strong willed about herding guests to the home so it’s best to put him separately when visitors come calling at least until he knows them or you may get a nip to the bottom.
Clay is a very much loved pet but family life is not making him happy. When the children were babies he was happy but now they are toddlers he cannot cope with their energy.
He loves toys… mostly to destroy. He loves treats and belly rubs. He loves a good face brush and running fast through fields. His family feel he would benefit from some back to basics training for lead walking.
Before lockdown Clay was well socialised with an extended doggy walking group. He has had two dog walkers in his lifetime and has been on motorhome holidays. Due to lockdown this has stopped so some training and caution would be advised. Clay is not adversed to wearing a muzzle out and about.
Could you be the person to give clay the forever home he deserves? Experience with Puli or herding breeds is advised.