He seems to have something wrong with one of his legs, he can't put much pressure on it. I don't know how or when this happened. :(
He was given to the dog unit where my mum spotted him and they gave him to her.
When he came to me yesterday he was shivering and scared. After a bath, some food and water, much cuddles, stroking and love he felt safe and was happily roaming around.
He seems most happy in front of the TV on the sofa and is now fast asleep. I don't know how much he slept in his bed during the night, maybe he was anxious and feels more comfortable sleeping with the sound of the TV, who knows? He is very clever and knows where to poop, after a few accidents! :)
I have been researching on how to look after him and am learning along the way, I have never had a dog before so am a bit clueless, however my husband has had several so he knows exactly what he's doing.
I really want to keep him forever, but know that this kind of dog is best suited to an outdoor environment, I would never ever want to leave him alone in the house and would feel bad if I did as I live in a flat. I think the best place for him would be with the man from the dog unit as he lives in the countryside and has 12 dogs where he would be exercised regularly and be very sociable.
OMG - As I am typing this I have news that his previous owner wants him back! :( Nooo! As if I'm going to give him back to them, no way!!! I don't want him going round in circles. He deserves a happy home where he will be loved and cared for and not left in the background!