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Tyrion is a happy and lively little chap who came into our care through a pound that we work closely with. Tyrion has shown to have some degree of separation anxiety when first left alone and can become a little vocal, but after a few minutes he is happy to settle down and take himself off to bed. He is a very sociable boy who loves to spend time with people, so new owners may want to build up the time he is left alone in the home to help him overcome his anxiety when first left.
Tyrion loves to be out and about exploring and investigating his environment. He has shown that he has been taught at some stage to walk well on the lead and he thouroughly enjoys being out for his walks. When off-lead, he can sometimes have a bit of selective hearing, which means his recall can be a bit touch and go. New owners will need to work with his recall training before allowing him off lead in public.
Tyrion enjoys playing and getting lots of attention from his handlers. He is quite happy to sit on his carer's lap to receive lots of good ear scratches. When invited to play, Tyrion enjoys chasing after toys that are thrown for him, however he hasn't quite understood that he has to pick up the toy and bring it back in order for the game to continue.
He drinks… and he knows sit. At present, Tyrion only seems to know the command 'sit'. He is very motivated by treats, so he would enjoy learning new commands and tricks with his new owners. This would be a great way for him and his new owners to bond when he is settled in his forever home.
Tyrion has been mixed with a few dogs since he arrived with us. He enjoys greeting new dogs and has got along with the large and small dogs we have introduced him to. However, Tyrion does have some bad manners when greeting, which could cause a bad reaction from the other dog if he continues to jump on them. Tyrion can live with another dog pending a successful dog mix.
In the right home with active owners, Tyrion will make a lively, fun and loving addition to the family.
Can you offer this lovely boy a loving and permanent new home?