Max has completed 6 weeks in a foster home and has struggled on only one thing- the stairs. His big gangly legs just aren’t coping with a large amount of open steps in a raised house. He is absolutely perfect in every other way, copes on his own for a good few hours, very affectionate and gets along well with all dogs he has met.
“Max is a playful character who is so much fun. He loves his toys and is talented with a football! He enjoys zoomies around the garden loves the water, he’s fascinated by the pool, dipping his legs in and blowing bubbles. He is relaxed on the lead and ignores distractions and other dogs but if they approach him he will happily greet them briefly and move on. Max is very affectionate and will let you know he wants pats and ear rubs by nuzzling your lap it gently leaning on you. He would suit full time workers as he is fine on his own ( he enjoys a nap) but he loves hanging out with you when you are home.
He also loves his food and treats so learns very quickly. He is curious in the kitchen around food and will try his luck at scoring treats but is very well behaved.”
Maxie boy is a very happy pooch who loves neck scratches and walks in the bush! Max is quite new to our program however is quickly settling in and taking everything in his stride so well. Max has so far shown to have appropriate manners with dogs of all sizes, walks well on lead after some initial excitement and is showing to cope well for moderate periods on his own. We feel the ideal home for Max would be one with a backyard, part time workers and respectful or no children. Max is available now on a foster to adopt.
As well as being behaviourally assessed, MAX has:
- a C5 vaccination
- been desexed
- been microchipped
- been intestinally wormed
- been heartworm tested
- had flea and heartworm prevention
- been LIFETIME REGISTERED (no need to register with your council – this is all done as part of the Lifetime Registration)