He arrived into our care as stray.
On arrival, Levi appeared nervous of the kennel environment and it took a few days for the staff to gain his trust.
However, since coming out of his shell, Levi has shown himself to be playful with his toys and is at his happiest when out on his daily walks.
Levi loves nothing more than exploring the great outdoors and thoroughly enjoys getting his daily exercise. Although he walks well on the lead, he is very strong, which is something his new owner will need to be mindful of.
Although Levi has met other dogs here at the home and has been good with them, he much prefers his own space therefore will need to be the only dog in the household.
Due to the above points, Levi will require ongoing training and socialisation.
Children must be over the age of 16 years and he is unable to live with cats.
As Levi was nervous when he arrived, potential adopters must take into account that Levi may require a few visits before the adoption can take place.