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This handsome boy hasn't had the best year. Starved and repeatedly attacked by two Dobermans he found himself surrendered to the pound, alone and in bad shape.
After a few months of TLC from the medical staff, Bruce has recovered his strength and has been placed in foster care.
Bruce is now coming along in leaps in bounds! He is showing himself to be a loving and goofy dog. He loves a cuddle and is most happy when he is by your side.
Bruce is learning basic manners. He is learning to walk well on a lead and knows how to sit, drop and shake hands. Bruce gets a little overwhelmed by dogs that are up in his face or barking aggressively but is fine with calm, friendly pooches. Bruce is also house trained and crate trained and sleeps well through the night FFAR likes all there dogs to have a nice warm safe place to sleep inside with there family during the night.
Bruce is good with children although would obviously need supervision as purely due to his size may knock young children over in his enthusiasm. He is learning not to jump up when saying hello.
Bruce will need ongoing obedience to help him grow in confidence.
Bruce is currently on a low dose of anti anxiety medication.
Please click on the button 'Find out more about this Pet' to receive an Expression of Interest Form. One of our Volunteer Case Managers will explain our process to you. (Please note that completing the Expression of Interest form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.)
Thought about becoming a foster carer? We're always looking for new carers as it means we can save more lives! Please fill out our foster application if you can open your heart and home to a deserving rescue pet while it awaits its forever home. Follow this link for more info: http://foreverfriends.org.au/foster/.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
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