Sam is just a sweet funny boy that is ready to be a brilliant family pet. He is in lovely condition and is fit enough to join his new owner on lovely long walks. He is a tall boy and so very handsome. Most importantly he is a really happy boy that is loving life and everyone he meets.
At 2 years old he is still a young boy. We expect him to be fine to be left occasionally with another confident dog. If he is to be an only dog his owners should plan to be around for much of the time.
Sam here and because I’ve largely been ignored I have decided to speak up for myself.
I should be called Super Sam because I am in super shape, super handsome, super cuddly and just super. I am so handsome I am regularly stopped by my adoring public and admired and I love the attention and praise lavished on me.
I do get a little worried around dogs I don’t know, particularly if they have bad manners and get too close and invade my space. I’m a good boy though and my mum distracts me, moves me on quickly and then rewards me with a big cuddle.
All I really want is to be loved by you. I’d really like you all to myself if possible. My foster mum thinks I should have been called Velcro and I’m like this because I’m not very self assured and a little insecure.
Evidently I must work on my confidence and I am trying very hard. I am now left for 4 hours twice a week. I’m a good boy and I don’t whine or cause any trouble but really wish you wouldn’t because deep down I only want to be with you.
There must be someone out there for me; you will not get a more loving and loyal companion – I promise.
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