Dogs Trust Shoreham says his zest for life is infectious and his playful, puppy-like disposition brings joy.
Despite his fun-loving ways, Brock also has a sensitive side and can feel unsure when meeting new people, so introductions must be at his own pace.
With those who have taken the time to build up his trust, he is interactive and has a lot of love to give. Staff at the Brighton Road rehoming centre said he will make a loyal companion.
Brock’s favourite pastimes are playing a game with his toys, learning new things and gnawing on a long-lasting chew.
The team would love to find experienced owners who have a keen interest in positive, reward-based training, and who can provide plenty of opportunity for Brock to express his enthusiasm.
A family with an active lifestyle who can give Brock some consistency would be perfect.
Brock highly values the relationships he makes with people, so would like to live with a maximum of three people, where there is always someone around to keep him company.
He must live in an adult-only household and will need to be the only pet at home.
A quiet location, away from the hustle and bustle of busy, high-populated areas, is essential, as is walks in quieter areas.
If you think you could Change the Tale for Brock please check out his profile on the Dogs Trust website and click on the ‘Come and meet me’ button.
Contact Dogs Trust Shoreham on 01273 915100. The Brighton Road rehoming centre is not open for public browsing but you can make an appointment to adopt or take a dog to the charity.
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