Schofthoogte: 62 cm
Gewicht: 27 kg
Gezondheid: goed Houding tov volwassenen: goed
Houding tov kinderen: vanaf 10 jaar
Houding tov teefjes: goed
Houding tov reutjes: goed
Houding tov katten: onbekend
Archie is a young, funny dog. He is only one year old. We know the date of his birth – 07/08/2019. He is simply gorgeous – a huge fur coat makes him look like a magical plushie toy, and an unusual color makes you fall in love with him at first sight. Archie is quite large – 62 centimeters at the withers,however, first of all, he seems so huge precisely because of the luxurious thick fur coat. It weighs only 27 kg. His health is excellent, as it should be for a young dog. Chipped, castrated, vaccinated. Despite his young age, Archie has already managed to feel grief in his life. Until recently, he had a house and a beloved mistress, who loved him very much. And then tragedy struck and the hostess died. His relatives didn’t need him and they took Archie to an orphanage. There he sat in a cage in constant stress, not understanding what was happening. We can’t imagine what his future life in the shelter might have been like, but Archie was very lucky and volunteer took him for temporary home. Archie became a cheerful young dog there. Archie loves communication, loves games and walks, loves treats very much and is ready to learn for them with great pleasure. He will easily find a common language with dogs of various sizes, however, if necessary, he will be able to stand up for himself. Archie is unpretentious in food and will happily eat both dry food and natural food. He loves dog treats. Allergies have not yet been identified.Archie has an easy and open character. He easily finds a common language with people – both with children and with adults. He is very friendly and good-natured. He does not purposefully hunt for cats and birds — he can run after them when he plays.He walks well on a leash. He understands everything and easily learns new rules. He listens well to the guide,knows basic commands. He is terrified of open car doors, apparently rudely stuffed into the car when sent to the shelter. At home he behaves good – he does not brake and damage anything, he is accustomed to walking twice a day.A private house is most suitable for Archie, but he can also easily live in an apartment. He can be as a single dog or in a company with other animals. Despite of the size, Archie is a very gentle dog and can be worried about a quarrel with a dog on a walk or a raised voice of a person, so desirable a house without small children, with a constant clear daily routine and predictable attitude of the owners.