Date of Birth 23 April 2019
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UK Foster Home
This is little Woody, born 23rd April 2019. His mother, Cassie, was first found hiding under a car in a barn.
Woody is now in the UK and looking for his forever home. He is currently living with his Foster Mum & Dad along with 5 other dogs. He has settled in very well and gets on well with all the other dogs. This is what Woody’s foster mum has to say about him:
Woody is a gorgeous boy; really handsome with a big bouncy walk! He absolutely loves playing ball, and tug; and he has a really lovely sense of humour. He enjoys adventuring out on walks and he’s good on a long training lead.
He is great with other dogs, especially those who will play with him. He’s living with several other dogs, so he’s pet friendly! But that’s not to say he wouldn’t be fine as an only dog too, as he loves being the centre of attention!
Woody would enjoy a secure garden in a quiet house in a peaceful location away from main thoroughfares. Woody is a sensitive little soul, and nervous, especially of some people. He can get scared and will bark to warn off getting close to him. He will need somebody who has experience of having dogs and building their confidence, and he’d bond particularly well with a single woman.
He is really intelligent, picks up training commands easily and is house trained. He has such a lot to offer and the potential to be an amazing, lovely, dog.
Update from Woody’s Foster Mum – May 2020
Woody is a very handsome little boy, very bright and intelligent and responds well to commands and training. He loves his food, especially treats when being rewarded for being good. He enjoys his walks and walks well on his lead. He is a little nervous of loud noises and some people and will bark. However, this is a lot better now he is settling into new surroundings.
I think Woody would settle well and enjoy a secure garden in a quiet house in a peaceful location away from main thoroughfares. Woody is a sensitive little soul, and nervous, especially of some people. He can get scared and will bark to warn off getting close to him. He will need somebody who has experience of having dogs and that can help him to build his confidence.
He is house trained and a very clean boy. At the moment Woody sleeps in his crate at night and also if being left alone and will quite happily go in there. He loves playing with the other dogs but most of all he loves to play ball. Woody really likes attention and often follows me around the house. I think Woody would love to be the centre of attention with lots of cuddles and fuss, unfortunately this is difficult with 5 other dogs. He has such a lot to offer and the potential to be an amazing, lovely, dog, who will make his forever home a very happy one!