Well, besides all her lovely pics of him, SarahK also warned me via text about the dangers of falling wildly in love with this boy.
The warning was not strong enough.
Look at that face.
Trevor is the cuddle king - he loves to be close and in true staffie fashion he bonds very quickly. He's definitely a lap dog and won't miss a chance to snuggle in.
Little Trevor had a lovely long walk with Hugo, one of Broxbourne's big boys... Trevor loved being out and about and was quietly anxious (whining softly) if we paused at any point, altho it was also a good opportunity for a cuddle.Click here to learn how to add YouTube Videos to your phpBB forum
He and Hugo had never met so we kept a careful parallel gap at first since Hugo's zest for life does not include any understanding of personal space. But we needn't have worried, both boys were happy to share the space and the humans and were trotting comfortably alongside by side from the get go. Altho carefully managed I can definitely say that there wasnt so much as a hint of handbags from either of them!Click here to learn how to add YouTube Videos to your phpBB forumClick here to learn how to add YouTube Videos to your phpBB forum
I couldn't claim to have thoroughly 'dog tested' Trevor on this walk as we didn't linger with any passing dogs. However his body language was always cheerful (tail wagging, ears up) and he certainly wasnt afraid of any dogs - even big Hugo.
We all feel angry at dogs being left to their fate in the council pound system, but sometimes you're not just angry but incredulous.
Trevor is an absolute gift of a dog. He's handsome, affectionate, dinky and well behaved. To say it was agony to return him to kennels is an understatement. Our only consolation is that he surely won't be waiting for long. If you're here window shopping and he's caught your eye, don't delay!