After 4 months in foster, we think Jack has settled into a home environment well enough now to live as an only dog. He does suffer from some seperation anxiety which will be worse without another dog in the house, so he'll need people around most of the time but he's great in the car & will happily go anywhere with you & chillout when he gets there. He has a high preydrive so no cats or other furries. Kids of 12+
Wolfy Jack is generally a chilled & steady boy. He’s very easy to have around as he just likes to lay down wherever you are, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, office, car, or pub!
Jack is not as bubbly, bouncy or noisy as a Samoyed, he’s calm, quiet (apart from a bit of ‘woo woo wooing’ at meal times & walkies!) & generally seems to take things in his stride. He’s a really special boy who just needs someone at home who will treat him with the kindness, patience & understanding that he will show them.
He just turned a very young 7yrs old & sadly, spent the last 4yrs in a yard, 24/7 with 2 other dogs. He will need a bit of patience & understanding as after so long being ignored, he's not as gregarious as you may expect from a Samoyed type. He's learning to greet other dogs more politely but will need ongoing lead work as understandably, he can still get quite excited meeting other dogs out at the moment. He can get distressed when left home alone but he will settle much better if he has another dog with him. Lovely, easy boy in the home, totally undemanding, just wants to be with you or dozing in a big comfortable bed.