Snoopy 4 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Crossbreed





Snoopy is a 4 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed who is looking for his forever home. Snoopy is neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Snoopy is fully house-trained. Snoopy has some recall off the lead. Snoopy can be temperamental with other dogs. Snoopy has been used to visiting children. Snoopy has a high prey drive. Snoopy would suit an experienced new home. Homechecks in progress, click details for updates.

Snoopy’s Assessment
● Snoopy is neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated
● Snoopy does not have any known health issues
● Snoopy tends to sleep and is calm when left home alone
● Snoopy will be pleased to see you when you get home
● Snoopy is relaxed and well behaved at home
● Snoopy will wag his tail when people come the door
● Snoopy is calm while waiting to be fed
● Snoopy is currently fed Wainwrights brand dog food
● Snoopy is fully house trained
● Snoopy has had formal obedience training for recall when off the lead and behaviour towards other dogs
● Snoopy knows the commands sit, stay, come here, leave it, paw and has recall when off the lead
● Snoopy will pull on the lead sometimes when out on walks
● Snoopy can be temperamental with other dogs he meets
● Snoopy is currently walked once a day
● Snoopy has been around visiting children
● Snoopy gets on well with people generally
● Snoopy has not lived with other animals before
● Snoopy has a high prey drive for small animals

FAQs
● This dog has been microchipped and neutered
● This dog has up to date vaccinations
● This dog has not previously lived with other animals
● This dog has been around visiting children
● This dog is located in Caddington, Central Bedfordshire


Completed by Kayley & Madeleine

Application Status: Homechecks in Progress

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