Dogs Trust Shoreham dog of the week: Meet Logan, a collie cross with a zest for life

Collie cross Logan has plenty of energy and a zest for life but there is also a sensitive side to the five-year-old.

Monday, 16th November 2020, 9:25 am

A patient, gentle approach is needed and Dogs Trust Shoreham is looking for owners who could offer a fun and varied lifestyle and lots of their time.

Tasty treats always go down well and Logan will engage in some training when receiving them, as he likes to show off all his tricks.

Logan is sweet-natured but has a few worries about the world around him, particularly when meeting strangers.

Lively Logan needs a patient, gentle approach

Staff at Dogs Trust Shoreham say Logan will need an adult-only home, with minimal visitors, and his new owners should avoid taking him to heavy-populated areas where he might bump into lots of people.

A garden of his own is essential, so he can enjoy a good, off-lead burn, as he must be walked on his muzzle and lead when out.

Always enthusiastic to greet other dogs, Logan’s lively demeanour is not always appreciated by others. However, he could have walking buddies with dogs who have a similarly energetic play style and has the potential to live with a like-minded canine chum but cannot live with cats.

Contact Dogs Trust Shoreham on 01273 915100. The Brighton Road rehoming centre is not open for public browsing but you can make an appointment to adopt or take a dog to the charity.

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