Tyson is a bit of a mystery man, as he arrived at Beagle Welfare with no background information. He is a tri colour male, approximately 8 – 9 years old. He is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.Tyson is blind in one eye but this doesn’t bother him in his day to day life but will need an understanding owner as he can become surprised if you come at him from the wrong side. Before his arrival at Beagle Welfare, Tyson had been used as a stud dog in a commercial centre. He has no experience of being a pet, so his new owner would need to be prepared to help him get used to domesticated life. He will need to be house trained and learn about the luxuries of living in a warm and loving home.Tyson walks nicely on a lead, and loves meeting other dogs. He has made lots of friends at Beagle Welfare’s rehoming centre. He is friendly and curious, and has already learned how to stand up for himself in a pack. He has no experience of cats or children, so it would be best if his new home was cat and child free. Tyson’s new home needs to be a calm and patient one, to help him make the transition from stud dog to family pet. He is already developing a lovely character at the rehoming centre, so he will be a very rewarding boy to take on.
FROM TYSONS FOSTER CARER
It’s been 11 days. A short time but he has settled in so well and so quickly He’s a bit strange but in funny ways. Barks at random objects (carrier bags, oven gloves, curtains).
He’s getting more affectionate every day. He had his first cuddle on the sofa last night. His house training is going very well. He has a strange relationship with his toys but they make him happy.Bury, howl, unbury, repeat. He’s a friendly fellow and gives great greetings. Especially when you get up in the morning.He travels well. Very well. And he loves other dogs but not in an overbearing way. He just needs someone who will be kind and patient and understanding. He’s a bit deaf and blind in one eye. But this just makes him extra