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Copper

About Copper

Copper is a tricolour male, born on 25th September 2020.  He is looking for a new home with an owner who has experience of possessive behaviour, as he needs help learning how to manage this.  Copper is microchipped.

Copper has decided that a fun way to get attention from his people is to steal items and become possessive over them.  Television remote controls, socks and tea towels are his favourite things to steal.  Once he has stolen them, he likes to parade in front of you to show off his haul, and if you try to take them from him before he’s ready to give them up, you could find yourself on the receiving end of a nip.  Because Copper has nipped in the past, we cannot rehome him to a family where there will be young children present.

Copper goes for walks with his collar clipped to his lead.  He has not been let off lead.  He travels in a car crate in the boot of the car when he goes out in the car.  Copper is anxious around new people and dogs who he meets on his walks, and may bark to let you know he’s scared, or pull away from the strangers.  Introductions need to be slow and gradual while Copper builds his self confidence.

At home, Copper is mostly house trained, but still needs some encouragement to go outside to do his business.  He is crate trained, and is usually happy to go in there.  Sometimes he isn’t so happy in there, and will cry and howl.  He has been left on his own for a few hours, with the TV on for background noise.  Copper has never tried to escape from his secure garden. 

Copper has never lived with cats, so needs to be part of a cat free home.  Because he has nipped in the past, his new home needs to be one with adults only, or adults with teenage or older children who can manage Copper’s possessive behaviour confidently.  He is clearly a very sensitive dog, who likes to be active and busy, and is particularly good at doing tasks where there might be a food based reward.  He has enjoyed beach walks, or any walk where he can splash through water, climbing up the rocky hills, and snuffling in the snow.  Interacting with Copper could easily involve toys like a ball, rope toy or playing fetch, as he likes all of those activities.  He’ll do almost anything for a piece of cheese or turkey, so food is definitely the key to his heart. 

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