Monday, 3 October 2016


Samson, a beautiful 2 year old medium sized male for adoption

This is Samson a beautiful 2 year old medium sized castrated male.

This sweet boy was saved from a horrific killing station and right now is safe in his foster home.

Samson has a wonderful character. He is Easy going, Very affectionate and playful.
Adores all humans and gets along with most dogs that he meets.

Video of Samson and his foster families resident dog here

He has shown no aggression or possession issues in his foster home. Has no anxiety issues when left at home, in fact he is very quiet and will lay in his bed and sleep until his foster family returns home.

Samson is best suited to a home with no small furries or cats as he has not been tested yet and because of his alertness he may give chase. When he is out on the lead especially in woodlands he pulls quite strongly when he smells the local wildlife, so we would not suggest a home with cats/rabbits etc

He has a moderate energy level so as well as a good walk he loves to snuggle in his bed or just chill around the home. However when out and about if he catches smell of a wildlife he can start to tug at the lead. But a Halti would stop him from doing this so not really an issue.

His foster mummy tells us he is very good in the home. He is learning his name and basic commands.

In general Samson is a laid back beautiful loving boy, always very happy to see and greet you - he's very adventurous and likes to explore, he also enjoys sunbathing in the garden.
Samson's ideal home would be within a family where he can get all the love he deserves. He's great with children and adults alike.

Samson is:
Fully Vaccinated
Vet Checked
Comes with 4 weeks free insurance ( triggered by adopter when they get him home)
Free Microchip registration to adopter

If you have fallen for this amazing boy and are interested in adopting him or would like more information please do contact us

Alternatively fill in our online application form

Updated about 5 months ago
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