Located Burns Beach, WA 6028
Not Available for Interstate Adoption
Yes however, we recommend a home where kids are teenagers or older and only if gentle and calm.
Medium. Max is playful and energetic.
How is this dog on a lead?
Like most dogs he starts off pulling but settles down nicely.
How is this dog off the lead?
Max will stay close until he sees something interesting like a bird and then he is off with selective hearing fully engaged ☺
No. We recommend a secure yard.
Nuisance barker or destructive.
Tolerance to being alone.
Yes however, preference will be given to homes where someone his home more often than not.
Any attention! Max loves people and is extremely affectionate.
Load noises frighten Max.
This breed is typically a quiet, loyal companion to the human’s they love. Max will thrive in a home where he has human company more often than not. He will not suit homes with young, elderly, frail or time poor residents. Your home will need to have a routine and be relatively quiet and calm. Preference will be given to homes where he is the only dog.
Max is incredibly friendly and people orientated. He will be your little shadow around the home. As he tends to ignore other dogs in the home he will not suit people wanting a playmate for their current dog. You will need to monitor his food as this breed is famous for eating everything and anything!!
Max was fit and healthy at his last vaccination.
Adoption Fee $480:
* vaccination to be done after adoption by a vet authorised by Dog Adoption at our expense.
Our Adoption Fees are great value considering what the average retail vet charges.
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