Frosty Blue’s fosterer has provided us with an update:
“Frosty needs to be with a family who have at least one other dog he can play with, any other pets are fine and children 10+, only due to his size. My friend has children aged 10 and 6 and he’s fantastic with them but they have big dogs so are used to it. I’ve had a few people interested in him but they have not been the right homes unfortunately. He could do with a big garden too. Working on recall, fantastic! He loves the pack he lives with, and this helps with his recall.
For me it’s not how pretty he is, it’s how loving and well behaved he is. We take him to the pub and he just lies down, he’s great with EVERY animal he meets, including horses/sheep! I just find that large dogs are harder to rehome. I’ve got him an ’Adopt Me’ bandana as people always comment on how lovely he is, but when you’re eating or something it’s hard to say he’s available for adoption.
He’s so settled at mine and if I could cope with a 4th full-time I would just keep him – he has absolutely stole my heart x.”
Frosty Blue’s original profile is below:
Frosty Blue was rescued in 2020 around Christmas. He was saved along with his brother and sister who have both found their forever homes in the UK. Frosty Blue and his siblings all had Parvo and it wasn’t clear if they were going to make it! Fast forward to today and Frosty Blue is healthy, bouncy and loving life!
Frosty Blue is very responsive to commands even though everything is new to him! He falls in love very quickly and becomes bonded immediately. He’s such an affectionate boy who just wants to be loved, a proper gentle giant.
As he’s a large breed dog, he will need to have boundaries put in place to ensure pack leadership, this is where he’s most happy. Frosty Blue travels well in a dog crate or in the boot. He still needs toilet training as he’s not been in a home until now, however he only goes on the puppy pads which is fantastic! Frosty Blue is a stunning, well behaved boy who only deserves the best!
Frosty Blue, prefers animals smaller than him and for this reason is suited to a family with no young children (aged 10+ only), somewhat large breed experience, but with no large breed dogs in the home. He’s currently in foster with 3 dogs and 5 cats.
If you are interested in adopting this beauty and for more information, please complete our online application form.