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5 years
Age (approx.)
5 years
Energy level
White and brown
Special requirements
Worming and flea treatment


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energetic and loves to play fetch and investigate his surroundings.

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I would like to be your only pet
I don’ like other animals
I’m good with kids and teenagers
I would like a quite home


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Max has been at the shelter 3 months. He is shy with new people but only until he gets to trust you. He is then very friendly and would love to play football with you.

He loves to sniff and investigate his surrounding to make sure there’s no balls hidden around. He would love a garden to run around and to take long walks outside.

As he loves football so much he might be possessive if you try to take the ball from his mouth.

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Caring for a companion animal

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Ongoing costs to expect

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Suitable home

The size of your home and the location of your home are significant factors that determine how suitable your home is for a particular animal. For example, dogs need a safe fenced section, shelter, shade, and enough space outside in which to exercise, explore, and play.