June 7, 2020
1 yr 5m old staffy cross.
Murphy originally came from a young family in Manchester where he was kept in a crate in the garden. He was not allowed in the house and was not walked. His next owner took Murphy from his previous situation but after 7 weeks felt that she was unable to offer Murphy the reassurance, time and training that he required. If Murphy is stimulated too much his impulse control gets the better of him and he panics. Therefore, Murphy needs a quiet, calm home with a good routine that will not, or rarely be, interrupted. This would ideally be a single person who doesn’t receive a lot of people to the home as he has anxieties with regard to people opening doors to leave so this needs to happen as a minimum.
Murphy is such a loving boy and is eager to learn. He needs someone who will be confident and consistent with his training. He will pay you back with love and loyalty.
No children – too much stimulation in the home
Crate trained – this is essential for Murphy. It is his calm and safe space
No cats – too much stimulation in the home for him
Needs continued work around cars/travelling. He gets very excited and attempts to jump into any car. He needs ongoing desensitisation to open car doors/boots.