January 31st 2018
So here is Hector's (was Max) "winter collection". He enjoyed meeting extra family and guests over Christmas, especially the more forgetful people who left goodies around so that he could have a midnight feast! Boxing Day was....... "messy"! We took him for a long walk on Bringsty Common to blow the cobwebs away (or something like that) and he was still hyper, despite the vomiting!
When we had all the snow earlier in December he wasn't sure what to make of a snowman but his usual solution of "when in doubt cock your leg" seemed to be an appropriate action!
He continues to go running with me. The hilly photo is on the Kentmere Horseshoe in the Lake District, we go on the Malverns most weeks and last weekend we did 26miles in Gwent . But he still wasn't tired out!!
Unfortunately his difficult traits of separation anxiety and over developed hunting instincts are still a huge problem. Work in progress!!! But as you can see, despite these problems he is much loved!
Thank you to everyone that completed our Adoption Interest Form's regarding this gorgeous boy :) We will be speaking to everyone who applied for Max as soon as we can, but there has been a huge interest, so please bare with us xXx
We can now confirm that Max is RESERVED
With the help of his lovely owner, we think we have all Max's wish list covered with this new owner and we look forward to seeing him in his new home
Max has now moved to his new home, he travelled beautifully in the car just having a look around then settling back down for a snooze.
He has had a little walk around the area and has had a really good investigation of his new home and garden.
Max has also found the toy box and while we were on the phone decided to have a rummage through finding piglet to play with.
We will be posting photos of this very sweet boy as soon as we receive them.
Good luck sweetheart, we wish you a very Happy Ever After
This gorgeous young chap is Max
He is 3 years of age, neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated including Kennel Cough, he was wormed and had his flea treatment in January.
Max loves children and other dogs and has been introduced to some livestock.
He travels well in the car, is crate trained and is partially whistle trained, he also knows, sit, stay and happily gives his paw.
Max is fed on tinned food and dry dog biscuits. He wears a harness, because he can pull on the lead.
He is a happy, healthy much loved boy being rehomed through no fault of his own and is currently in Crumlin South Wales.
Max will also be rehomed with our 5 weeks free Insurance policy.
If you feel that you can offer Max his happy ever after please message us with your Email address so that we can send you our Adoption Interest Form.
GSP Rescue UK Team