Currently in Kennels
Updated 3rd AUG 2018
Located Bondi NSW 2026
Facts About Me
Breed Mastiff Staffy Cross
Age 18 months
Size 31 kgs
More About Me
Bear is an affectionate, loyal and gentle young dog around people - full of potential. While he prefers company he can cope alone - so will be ok for full time workers.
Bear loves people so would be good with a family but as he is strong he needs a strong owner. As Bear has recently become unpredictable around other dogs he needs a home where someone can help with socialisation. Therefore, he will not suit a novice dog owner.
Bear needs to be involved with family activities.
He will not suit homes with residents who are very young, frail, elderly, renters, time poor or with another permanent dog.
High - will run and run, cannot miss a day. Great jogging buddy.
When ON a lead ...
Ok unless distracted.
When OFF a lead ...
Sometimes good and sometimes bad.
Type of Yard Required
Medium to large interesting and secure.
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
Bear barks but can be commanded to stop. He will suit any of the following:
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
Bear has lived well with 2 other dogs (male and female) for the past 1.5 years and only recently started to not get along with the other male. Hence, we recommend he is the only permanent dog in the home. But as he is only young we are confident Bear can learn some manners and become socialised.
Bear is a beautiful looking dog and is adorable with people. He has a cheeky personality too.
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