Ready to adopt?
Sex: Male - not neutered
Age: 4 months
Type: Mixed breed
Size: Medium/large when fully grown
Location: Foster home - Chobham, Surrey
Live with children: Yes over 5 years
Live with dogs: Yes
Live with cats: Not tested
Special Requirements: A family who will socialise and invest in training Snoopy.
OUR ADOPTION FEE IS £550
We welcomed Snoopy into the family on 1st June and what a wonderful chap he is.
Snoopy was found wandering a local rural village in Crete, alone, no food or water. Lucky for Snoopy a friend/fosterer for Chimney Farm lives in that area and took him in to safety and tried to find his owner. usual story, thrown out and unclaimed.
We agreed to help Snoopy, he was kept safe and is now loving his life in the UK.
Snoopy is a smashing boy, clean indoors, great on and off lead, great with dogs. Loves people. A wonderful boy.
Snoopy is fully vaccinated and microchipped, but is still too young to be neutered so adopters will be asked to commit to doing this as soon as he is old enough.
Snoopy has had the benefit of time in a home environment, but his new family will still need to be prepared for the work of introducing a pup to living in a family home - basic training, toileting, walking on and off lead, getting used to noises.
A family must be prepared to invest training and time and socialise Snoopy.
Please only apply if you are a match to our criteria.
Our foster home has provided the feedback below:
Dogs Name: Snoopy
Arrival Date: 1st June 2022
Where does Snoopy sleep at night?
Snoopy has slept really well with our dogs in the utility room and has only had a wee accident on his first night.
How is Snoopy with current pets?
Snoopy is a very friendly boy and said hello to my two dogs and my two boarders when he arrived with a very happy greeting. He met the cat when he got out of the car and was more frightened of her when she turned round to look at him. We’ve got chickens and he’s OK but I think he’d really like to chase them if he could!
Is Snoopy clean indoors?
Snoppy has had a couple of accidents and needs ongoing toilet training in his new home. He sometimes has an excited wee when my husband says hello.
Can Snoopy be left alone?
We’ve left Snoopy twice (he’s only been with us two days!) and he’s been fine. He just curls up and goes to sleep.
Is Snoopy out on walks?
Snoopy loves his walks and even after two days recognises the walk signs (lead and harness) and gets very excited. We’ve had him on the training lead because he doesn’t have a recall yet but with consistent training it will come. He is very interested in the squirrels so definitely has a prey drive.
How does Snoopy walk on the lead?
He is fine on the lead, needs a bit of loose lead training but not an excessive puller.
Has Snoopy met other dogs?
Snoopy has met lots of dogs in the last two days. We have seen lots out and about on our walks and also my regular doggy day care dogs. He’s very happy to meet everyone and just wants to say hello.
Have you noticed if Snoopy is afraid of any particular things?
We haven’t found anything yet that he is afraid of so far.
Any other useful information?
Snoppy is such a happy boy and is really good fun. He is a typical puppy and loves to play with the other dogs but loves people and always greets you with a big smile and a waggy tail. He’s not too sure what to do with the toy box but I’m sure with time he’ll realise toys are fun.
Snoopy’s ideal home.
Snoopy will need an active home as he has got bags of energy. He loves other dogs but I think he would be happy to live by himself as long as he gets to socialise with other dogs regularly. He is a fun loving boy and will make someone very happy