When Harrison comes into the exercise area he gets very excited and will run round and round and enjoys jumping and running after toys. Once he has run off some steam he will give you his attention and sit nicely and give you his paw and take a treat.
Harrison loves his office visits where he makes sure everyone has attention and a little shake of his paw.
Harrison travels well and recently he went for his vet check up and he was as good as gold. He loved the car and looking out of the window. You could almost forget he was there.
He’s a super boy with lots of potential and deserves to be with a family who can give him the time he needs. If there are children in the family they will need to be older, say about 10/12 plus and robust as Harrison is strong and bouncy. He’s not keen on cats. He could possibly be homed with a spayed bitch pending a successful meeting and discussion with ourselves. Ideally he would like to be the only dog.
UPDATE – Harrison can tend to jump up so we have been working on this. We now have the new Harrison who is much calmer and is learning to play fetch. He does relapse sometimes but we expect that in his new home he will just get better and better. When he walks past the other dogs in the kennels he doesn’t pay much attention. He’s well behaved in the office and settles nicely after he’s had his play time. Harrison loves everyone he meets and when he’s in the office he does the rounds and likes a fuss off everyone and to give us all his paw. We’ve introduced him to a stuffed Kong treat and he loves it. He takes treats gently and is soft mouthed.
Harrison would need 6 foot fencing. Harrison could be left for up to 4 hours as long as he’s had a walk first and you would need to build up to that. We re home with in a 50 mile drive of Bourne Lincs. Harrison could be available for Long Term Fostering. Please read about fostering under the support us tab on this website.
If you are interested in Harrison, please phone Gyll Mauchline (Between 9:00 and 17:00) on: 01778 440318 or 07708 589792. If you cannot get through, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible or Email Gyll