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William – Adopted May 2023!


William Breed: Mixed Cattle breed Gender: Male Age: Approx. 1 year Size: Medium/ Large

Energy Level: High Training Goals: Basic Manners and adjusting to a more urban environment House trained? Yes Kids? Unknown, possibly older kids with supervision and seperation Cats? Unknown, I might like to chase them Dogs? I seem to like other dogs, but would need proper supervision and seperation whilst getting to know new friends Medical Needs: Completing 1st round of vaccines, recovery from recent neuter surgery. Then – moving forward, yearly vet exams

About Me:

Hi! I’m William!

I was taken in by some caring community members in The Interior, then brought to WAG to begin my journey to find my furever home. I have never had a real home before, so am very well adjusted to daily life considering! I am around a year old, but thats a guesstimate as we don’t know exactly when I was born. I recently had my neuter surgery and I did really well in the car and at the clinic. I am nearly fully recovered now, but I have not enjoyed wearing a cone and being on restrictive exercise whilst my incision heals. I am bored of being at WAG, waiting for my next adventure. I am a just a big puppy (around 30Kg/ 65 pounds!) with lots to learn, tons of energy and am super smart. I can’t believe noone has chosen me to take home yet, I’m really entertaining and make the staff here laugh every day with my goofy nature and bouncy demeaner. I would love a home who love dogs like me, and want to help me learn and grow through positive reinforcement training and a variety of enrichment. I quite like other dogs, but the staff are not sure on how I would do with cats as I am pretty interested in squirrels and birds on my walks.

I love going on adventures and walk very well on a leash. Most of the time I am polite, and easygoing to be around – but if I am bored I will seek your attention and pursuade you to pet and play with me (this includes mouthyness and human parkour but I am working on alternative behaviours when this happens). I am still coming out of my shell, and considering the situation I came from, I may have some quirks arise in the future. I’m still just a puppy after all. Here are some brief notes from my temporary foster: APPLY FOR WILLIAM!

My Story:

I was spotted wandering and some caring citizens took me in but could not keep me forever so drove me all the wag to WAG. Unfortunately not alot is know about my history due to me being homeless for some time before I was taken in. I have now been able to access basic vet care and have recently been neutered.

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