RSPCA Millbrook Animal Centre – Profile for Wallace


  • GenderMale
  • Age12 years old (approx)
  • BreedCrossbreed
  • ColourTan
  • Can live withAdult home, possibly older teens. Only pet
  • StatusAvailable for adoption

About me

Wallace was signed over into RSPCA care after Inspectors discovered that his welfare needs were not being met. He had sore ears and his skin required some attention. After ear treatment and medicated baths he is now ready to find a new forever home.

Wallace is looking for a quiet home where he can settle into a routine. He is best suited to an adult only home and would suit someone who is based at home most of the day. Wallace is deaf so his new family will need to understand he will take his instructions through visual body signals. Wallace walks well on the lead and off the lead he likes to sniff and then come for a cuddle. He has limited basic training. Wallace will need to remain on lead in public with off lead activity in his own, enclosed garden.

Wallace is friendly with other dogs he meets on his walks. He Is best as the only dog in his new home so he gets all the fuss and attention.

In his kennel Wallace is a clean boy and prefers to toilet on his walks so he should be quick to house train. He enjoys sleeping so will need a comfy bed to snooze on. He does like company so will need someone home most of the day to help him settle. Time he is left will need to be increased slowly as he gets used to his home environment. Wallace loves company so his new family need to be based at home.

If you could offer this animal a suitable home, then please visit Millbrook to find out more.

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