BILL 12 year(s) & 2 month(s) old

Contact with children : OK
Contact with cats : OK
Contact with other dogs : OK
Contact with men : OK
Life in a city/apartment : OK
Home without an exterior : OK
Walk without leash: OK
Need for daily exercise : BAJO
Trauma : NO
Special needs : NO

History : Bill was found by a volunteer while walking near the shelter. He had a deep neck wound that required urgent medical attention, which makes us think that he has been living on a chain somewhere. The wound has healed and we are currently not aware of any other illnesses. Bill has spent a third of his life in a shelter, but he wants to settle down for the rest of his life in a home where he can still love, play…live. It’s time for a new adventure and Bill is more than ready to embark on it.

Personality : We pave the way for Bill and help him in his search for people who want to embark on an adventure together with a happy, confident and playful dog who is living his best moment. Bill is no longer a young man and has not always had pleasant and good experiences with us humans so far. However, he meets us very comfortably and without shyness. As soon as you enter his cage, Bill greets you on his hind legs, hugs you with his front paws and, if he gets the chance, even gives you a little kiss. He is happy to accompany our Animal Welfare partners around the shelter grounds and enjoys the closeness and little loving attention she receives. Unfortunately, there is not enough time in daily life to devote to Bill and support him. Bill has a great character with which he knows how to assert himself against his peers; has leadership qualities. He is a complete gentleman with females, his non-dominant congeners and with puppies he is affectionate. In the shelter he lives with female dogs and loves to play with the other four-legged friends racing and moving in a herd. Living with a male dog won’t be easy for Bill; On the other hand, with the females he has no problem. Being a large dog that loves to hug humans, you have to be careful with smaller children, as the smaller they are, the more difficult it will be to deal with their physical expressions of love. He doesn’t always need action, but wandering through fields, forests and meadows or just lying in the sun in the garden are things we wish for him. If he is cared for by his people with great affection, attention… and is guided in everyday situations that are still unknown to him with trust, calm and patience, he can become a great four-legged companion. He can walk on a leash, although at some point it is also possible to let Bill run free.

All animals available for adoption have a microchip and passport. They have been tested for common diseases (Leishmania for dogs, FeLV and FIP for cats). Adult animals are fully vaccinated and castrated.