Bear was surrendered after a marriage breakdown .
Day 1 he was so unsure he travelled beautifully in the car he just l9ves going for a drive.
He was nervous at the vets but coped ok.
It took me a day to realise this fella hasnt had a lot of social interaction but as soon as he trusted me everything was ok.
I have taken Bear on lots of trips in the car and into pet stores etc and he finds this all pretty exciting.
We have another male rotti that lives here and it seems they are not keen to become mates I think our fella is jealous and not making Bear welcome at all.
We have other dogs running freely with Bear pups as young as 10 weeks and he is fine with them all.
He seems a tad too keen to get up and personal with the cats so a cat free home would be best even though we were told he had lived with cats.
Bears family had young children although I didnt see him with the kids. He spent his life outside so unsure how much interaction he had with the kids.
Bear needs a home where he has a smaller playmate for a pooch friend or no other dogs at all where he gets all the attention.
Located in Walwa Vic 1.5 hrs North of Albury a meet and greet is needed.
This magnificent boy needs to know what being a part of a family really means.