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Medium to Large Mix Breed

Age: 3 Years

Dog Friendly? Yes

Cat Friendly? Yes

Child Friendly? Children over 12

Neutered? Yes

Who’s this handsome fella? This is our Champ. He is a lovely boy who is looking for a home so that he can have a bit of well deserved pampering after a bit of a rough start. Champ is simply gorgeous, a big black dog with shiny soft fur, a distinctive white patch on his chest that he shows off when he’s rolling in the grass or begging for belly rubs. Those soulful brown eyes really show you what a gentle soul he is.

Upon his rescue, he was quite dishevelled. It’s suspected that he had been in an altercation with another dog, as his ear was badly torn. He gazed at his rescuers with eyes that seemed to plead for help. After being discharged from the veterinary clinic and arriving at our kennels, he showed himself to be an incredibly gentle and patient dog, simply yearning for affection.

He is a sizable boy, standing 55cm at the shoulder, with his head reaching mid-thigh when he looks up, asking for pets. He thrives on attention and enjoys being doted upon. He gets along splendidly with other dogs and would be content to share his home with another calm, well-mannered canine. He could also coexist with cats, as he is very gentle with them, content to sniff and then respectfully give them space.

He enjoys being outdoors, taking walks, and exploring his environment with his keen sense of smell. He’s good on walks but could use some lead training to ensure he remains composed and walks at heel. He’s an intelligent dog eager to learn new tricks. With Champ, a few treats will go a long way.

Champ could live with children but ideally over 12 since we prefers a quiet environment.

Champ’s only issue is his aversion to V-E-T’s, which is understandable given his last unpleasant visit. It is advisable for his future owner to acclimate him to a muzzle as a precaution.

Fully vaccinated for Rabies and Infections Diseases

4D tested for Brucellosis and tick borne diseases