PUMA >1 y.o

PUMA

awesome highly trainable, affectionate, active and joyful, friendly about 15 months old girl. GSD cross. Large size : around 30+ kilos.

LOCATION : WIRRAL, CH62

PUMA came from Ukraine in December 2021 as a puppy and  she is a big character. She was adopted and is loved to the end of the world but due to current family situation, a very young todler kid and Pumas very active nature a better match family is needed.

Her current family absolutely adore her and will fully support her and new owners no matter what. Meeting Puma is essential and to spend some time with her to see her amazing energetic loving nature. PUMA could be an ideal working dog if trained accordingly, because she is very smart, easily trainable and full of energy and exactly excess of her energy is the main reason of her sometimes reactivity.

That’s what family says about Puma:
“She is a happy, trustful and affectionate dog.  Puma doesn’t seem to have had a break. She came over in the beginning of December and was decompressing lovely however she came into season in March which was a turmoil for her unfortunately. She became reactive, however a lot of distraction work has taken place and she is getting a lot better. She doesn’t really like small dogs but she loves to play with big dogs and has 2 best friends which are Gsd. She loves Lofty the resident dog but can be too much for him causing stress and changes in behaviour. Puma then became reactive in the home with resident dog towards the end of her hormones from her season which was supported with behaviourists and trainers and vets. This was overcome until her next season which happened 2 days before her spaying appointment .

PIMA is very communicative and will happily tell you what she wants. She is a sucker for treat work and treating distractions. Puma has a lot of potential for a family who can commit time for further training and lots of patience. A family for Puma would be need to be an active family , she would benefit from someone knowing about Gsd and possibly Mali. Preferably no young children in the house. She loves children however is very jumpy, spacially unaware and she is slowly learning not to take food off young children.
When Puma came to us she had a food aggression and would snatch anything taking your fingers too. However she has done amazing with this she can now eat and have high value bones and chews next to another dog if she is familiar with that dog. Preferably no dogs or cats in the home unless it’s another large dog who can take the energy and rough play and doesn’t take her Shi*. Would be better to be a younger 4 max male dog. No small dogs and cats will be considered.
Puma is very powerful walker and will need someone who can handle her strength and can work on more training. She will lunge at other dogs across the road sometimes pure excitement and sometimes not so distraction would need to be continued. Many people will allow her to say hi to their dog if on lead and this is working wonders with her. Puma was very good in cars until her first season, she will happily get in the car but is very vocal if she is in the boot. She does not like bikes at all.
She is very jumpy and energetic as most pups are she just isn’t the size of a pup aha. She also puppy nips for affection when over excited and mouths, she has got a lot better but more work still needed.
She is an amazing dog she really is. Loves toys and home comforts. Loves having her neck ribbed it’s her calm down spot.

She will be an amazing dog with the right family. She does have some seperation anxiety but she is getting there and calms down quicker with many distractions. She loves natural bones and treats and only eats chappie due to her having a sensitive belly. Current adopter will provide more information on anything you require and fully open to being contacted.”

PUMA has no known health issues; not neutered. Full vaccination pack (rabies, DHLPP, kennel cough), provided worms treatment, microchipped, Brucella tested .

If you wish to adopt , please fill online Preadoption Questionary

If you can offer fostering, please get in touch with us on pawhelpuk@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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