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male crossbreed, about 1,5 years old, medium size

Around Christmas 2016 we had two litters of pups thrown over the fence of the kennels. Having pups is always a tricky thing. You have just a quite short amount of time to rehome them before they do not look all puppy more and it gets even more difficult to find them homes. By experience, there is usually always one pup per litter who stays behind at the kennels :( Scruff is that one pup from the 'christmas litter'

There is nothing wrong with him, infact he is a beautiful young dog who would make a lovely companion. Scruff can be a bit shy if he does not know you, but will come around soon. He would benefit from more one to one training. He is clever and learns quickly. In a home with lots of love and attention he would really blossom. Scruff is very handsome, has a beautiful curly coat and such a sweet face. He gets on with males and females.

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