Zuma needs an experienced dog owner, ideally with an understanding of dogs with fear aggression.
Zuma came into the kennels as his owner has started to work full time. He is full of character but is unsure around men and some dogs. He will not be re-homed to families with children or teenagers. He can be left alone at home for short periods. He doesn’t travel well. Zuma does not like cats.
Zuma is not suited to a lap dog lifestyle, he is very active and full of energy and loves nothing more than a good run around a field. He likes his harness and walks well on lead. He is very playful, easy to train, loves his food and will happily cuddle with you at the end of the day.
However, he may occasionally be very reactive to people, dogs and large vehicles, especially when surprised by them. Therefore he would be most suited to a quiet place, preferably rural. Zuma could not cope with a busy house with regular visitors.
Zuma currently lives in a foster home with two other dogs and gets on with them, but he tends to be very possessive over food and toys so he would thrive as the only dog in a home where he could get all the attention he craves.
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