Tim the terrier looking for a new home
- Credit: Archant
Dogs Trust Snetterton is home to many dogs who are looking for a new family.
One of those is four-year-old Tim the terrier cross who has made incredible progress since arriving in June.
Through clicker and target training he is now less anxious and able to be introduced to people.
Tim needs a quiet home with people aged over 16 - and if possible a canine companion on his walks.
This clever boy will need understanding and patient owners that are willing to continue with their training and take the time to build a bond.
Dogs Trust Snetterton's rehoming centre manager Diane McLelland-Taylor said: 'Tim is a clever boy that gets very excited when he sees the target come out for training and adores the sound of the clicker.
'Through positive reinforcement and patient and kind training methods he's doing so well, we're so proud of him.'
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To give Tim a home call 0300 303 0292 or visit Dogs Trust, North End Road, Snetterton.