Caesar came in to our care from the pound, so very little was known about this boy.
When he arrived, he was quite shut down and, although he was happy for you to stroke him all over, he didn’t really interact with you.
Caesar is currently in our Worcester kennels and has now been with us for 3 months.
During this time, his character has really blossomed and he has become a super friendly boy. He now loves to play catch with his squeaky ball.
After his walk, he absolutely loves to go into the sofa room and have a game with his squeaky toy, which one of his walkers bought for him.
He can be vocal when he wants you to play with him.
He is a good boy and knows his sit command and will offer you his paw in exchange for a treat.
Caesar loves being out and about exploring the countryside. We have built up his fitness over time and he can easily manage one hour walks now.
He can be strong at times on the lead, but he doesn’t really pull.
He does react to dogs whilst out walking, but he is easy to control and will walk on past when asked.
Caesar has shown interest in the sheep when walking through the fields, we feel he has quite a high prey drive and would chase them if he had the opportunity. He isn’t interested in horses when they pass him out on walks.
He hasn’t reacted to any sort of vehicles when out walking down the lanes or when passing pedestrians.
The vet comes to the kennels to see our dogs and Caesar was a very good boy for them to complete his health check, blood tests and vaccinations.
He has had a full health check, including blood tests, and the vets have confirmed all his blood tests are within the normal ranges for his age.
After about a week of being with us, Caesar's paws became very sore. We know he wasn’t walked whilst in the pound, due to no walking facilities.
The vet visited him several times and was unsure on the cause, though allergies were ruled out. Whilst his feet were sore, we used a doggy buggy to get him out on his daily walks which he seemed to love. Then one of his lovely volunteer walkers purchased him some boots which also helped him.
His feet have since recovered and he is now walking normally.
When Caesar arrived, one of the first things we noticed was his skull seems to have sunk on both sides. Our vet examined this and confirmed the muscle wastage does not cause him any pain or discomfort and he doesn’t require any medication for this.
• Caesar would need to be the only pet in the home.
• We do not have any history on Caesar and he has become quite playful, so any resident children would need to be 10 years plus.
• Caesar loves being with you, so would prefer his family to be home lots.
• We are unsure whether Caesar his house trained.
Caesar is microchipped, vaccinated and neutered.
He is currently in our Worcester kennels, but he can be rehomed anywhere in the UK, pending a successful home visit. However, any adopter should be willing to travel to meet him at least twice where he is now.
There is a non refundable adoption donation of £120 for Caesar and all money donated goes directly to helping all the Senior Staffies in our care.
Caesar is reserved
Caesar is reserved
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