Suki – Alaskan Malamute – 1 year old.
Update – Suki was a very good girl today and she was extremely patient while we gave her a good groom. We found that just as long as she can have a little break every now and then and have some tummy tickles she did very well. When Suki initially meets people she will jump up so her new family will need to quite robust because Suki has the reach of a very tall person. This can be sorted out with a little training in her new home. She is a very large impressive Girl.
Update – At our vets visit Suki greeted the vet like a long lost friend and she didn’t flinch when she had her vaccination. She had a cheeky quick play with a cuddly toy and planted herself on the settee. Suki has gained a bit of weight while she’s been with us but she could still do with a little more on. She a smashing girl who takes everything in her stride and loves everyone she meets.
Original write up – Suki was bought from Facebook and her previous owners say they don’t want her because she’s not good with their chickens and chased them.
Suki is a beautiful young girl with eye catching, striking markings. We have found that Suki walks beautifully on the lead (Once she’s got that bouncyness out of her system). Suki can be quite calm and laid back after that, however, having said that she does still have mad puppy moments as you would expect. When Suki jumps up you know about it because she is a large girl. She is an incredibly impressive looking girl who just needs some time spending on her to reach her potential.
Suki is well behaved and she will sit for you and give you her paw very gently. Sometimes she will put both paws in the air for you.
Suki loves cuddly toys. She will pinch them and take them away to a quiet spot for a good chew. We are told that she is nervous with very small children and small dogs. We will prefer Suki t to be the only dog in the family. Suki is a lovely dog who initially is excited on the lead and then settles to walk beautifully. She can be very calm however Suki does like to get up close and personal and love you and she has the full stretch of a grown person. So Suki’s new family will need to be on the robust side.
We don’t think Suki should be homed with a cat. If there are children in the family they will need to be 12 plus. As a large dog she would require a secure garden which is 6 foot high. We wouldn’t want Suki left for more than 2 hours at this stage of her young life and not on a regular basis. We re home with in a 50 mile drive of Bourne Lincs and we are appointment only.
If you are interested in Suki, 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