Kody is a crossbreed, his microchip says Staffie but he’s A LOT bigger, he’s 40kg.
Kody was rehomed in January but sadly had to be returned because his behaviour made him difficult to manage.
Kody cannot live in a built up area, he goes from 0 to 10 in the blink of an eye. He finds kids and dogs particularly arousing and becomes incredibly frustrated when he can’t get to them. Given his size and breed he looks quite intimidating and, quite rightly, people are frightened of him. Typically, of a bull breed, he charges head first into every situation.
He is house-trained and not destructive when left alone.
What kind of home do we need for Kody?
Firstly, Kody needs his own garden. Somewhere private and secure, where he can play freely without fear and alarm from passing dogs and kids. Ideally, this home would be in a more rural setting where he will not have to be walked in public parks and the likes; right now, this is too much for him.
Kody’s new owner will have to have experience of big bouncy dogs and be strong and fit to give him adequate exercise. Knowledge of training dogs, using modern force-free methods would be advantageous.
Kody cannot be rehomed with children, cats or other small furry creatures. He may well be ok living with another dog but it would have to be a dog that is calm, obedient and happy – that could help show him how to ‘dog’ and could cope with 40kg of puppy landing on them.
If you’re interested in learning more about Kody please contact us, you will be required to fill in an adoption application form before visiting the kennels.
Applications will close once we find a suitable applicant.
If you would like to register your interest in adopting a PADS dog please download, complete and return the adoption application form by email or post to:
Adoption Applications, PADS, Forteviot Kennels, Forteviot, Perth, PH2 9BSDOWNLOAD THE ADOPTION APPLICATION FORM