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Bruno is a little lapdog stuck in a big dogs body. He can be a little shy meeting new people but once he is comfortable he turns into a super fussy, cuddly boy. Bruno enjoys a good play and a run, and then likes to settle down with a snack and cuddle afterwards.
Troy is a shy guy, who likes to trust people before having a good fuss. He soon gains trust in new people, as long as they take it slow. A treat (or two) seems to speed up the process. Once you have gained his trust, he loves a good cheek massage which results in a good dribble! Troy would benefit from a quiet household to help bring him out of his shell. His new home would have to be free of other pets until he has settled in. Troy tends to bond with people, and would need someone to show him the love he deserves.
Kai came into the centre through no fault of his own and is now looking for his forever home. He can be a bit nervous at first towards new people but once he gets to know you he loves nothing more than a fuss and long walk. Kai would benefit from an adult only home whilst he settles in and builds his confidence. He does enjoy the company of other calm, confident dogs and whilst he would need to be the only pet he would enjoy walks with other dogs.
Cinders is a lovely boy who enjoys a fuss whilst sat on your knee. He loves veg and enjoys freshly cut grass. He has been used to living as an indoor guinea pig but enjoys time outside in a run munching grass. He needs to be the only guinea pig as he doesn't get on with other males. Cinders could live with children aged 5+ as long as they are supervised.