He will require slow, gentle introductions as he can feel overwhelmed when meeting new people, particularly men.Goose is doing really well in foster but can be anxious when left alone, he loves to be with other dogs so we are looking for a home with at least 1 resident dog to help him feel safe. He could also live with cats.
Goose will require help with confidence building, particularly on walks but with another dog for him to learn from we don’t anticipate that this will take long. He is starting to get used to going out for short walks. He loves running round in the garden so a home with a large, secure garden would be ideal.
In the car he is very nervous, but calms down when stroked and held close, however he wouldn’t be suitable for a home where he would need to travel regularly.
Goose would be best suited to a quiet home with someone around for most of the day where any children are aged 16+.