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Taz (in kennels)

This handsome boy is Taz who is 11 months old.

Taz has only just come into rescue and is used to living with small children and another dog however due to possibly food aggression (not tested yet) we are likely to want to rehome with older children only.

Taz in a definite no for anyone with cats.

More info to follow once we get to know him.

UPDATE JUNE 2017

Took Taz out for walk today, the weather was a balmy 20 degrees so much cooler than of late and a good temperature for an longish walk. Took Taz on a cross country walk to the local pub and back.

Taz is a ball of energy and he just needs to expend it. When he has got a few calories to spare i'll try taking him out for a long run, but at the moment he needs all his energy to bulk up.

At the start of the walk we walked along a busy main A road. Taz did not take any notice of any of the traffic which included cars, tractors and lorries. His lead walking to heel still needs some work but gets better when he has expended bit of energy.

I ran with him for a couple of fields to get rid of some of his pent up energy, he can move pretty quickly and seemed to thoroughly enjoy himself, showing no sign of tiring.

We came across an overgrown style and whilst I was trying to decide the best way over/around this we were approached by a herd of about twenty young cattle. The cattle gathered around us and got to within about a metre or so. Taz was interested in the cattle but did not show any sign of anxiety or fear, or even excitement and a wanting to chase. One of the cows walked right up to Taz, they rubbed noises and licked each other, Taz took all this in his stride. Big plus for Taz there.

We visited the local pub, Taz sat at the bar but was obviously hyper, he did calm down after a while only to get super excited again when another dog came into the bar. Taz showed no aggression to the other dog whatsoever, in fact he is a big softie.

Twice on our walk we met a farmer mowing grass. The tractor and mower made quite a bit of noise, especially the mower which was higher pitched. Neither time did Taz even take any notice. Another big up.

We also encountered about a dozen Mallard ducks, happily waddling along past us, again Taz showed no interest in these.

All in all Taz was just brilliant, he's such a lovely dog and will make someone a super companion.

if you are interested in rehoming Taz, please complete an application form.

All My Details

  • Age: Under 1
  • Gender: Male
  • Colour: White
  • Coat: Semi
  • Neutered/Spayed: No
  • Good with other dogs: Yes
  • Good with cats: No
  • Good with children: Don't Know
Added on Tuesday, 04 April 2017
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