Wesley is a shy kinda fella – he likes people, but it takes him a bit to get over his shyness. He was abandoned by his owner and this shook his confidence. Wesley is not a cuddle bug kinda guy, he is more of a quiet guy who is happy to keep you company but without all the touchy feely stuff. Just like people, some enjoy being the life of the party, others prefer calmness and quiet. That is our Wesley. For that reason, we recommend an adult only home for this guy.
Don’t let Wesley’s XL size fool you. Wesley still scares easily – loud noises, strangers coming up quickly behind him…..he will startle and needs reassurance. Wesley loves to get out and enjoy walks in the park and getting exercise. He just needs love, reassurance and patience as he works on his confidence.
He is currently enrolled in training and is doing great. He is totally unfazed by the other dogs in his class and happily follows the commands his handler gives him.
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