Harry

Dog for Adoption

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Harry is OAS’s gentle giant.  This boy loves the company of people and has so much love to give. Pictures are deceiving with this young man; Harry seemingly forgot to stop growing, so towers above all his doggy friends here.

Harry is a fantastic boy looking for a loving new home to call his own. In his previous home, Harry did have some attachment issues, whereby he became very protective of his owners. Potential adopters will need to be prepared to commit to making socialising Harry a priority both with other dogs and people to prevent these issues arising again. Harry does still display some puppy-like behaviours so new owners will need to continue his training. He would benefit from attending training classes to help him bond with new owners whilst improving his life skills. He is a very intelligent boy, who knows all his basic commands. Owners will need to be confident in training a large dog, and be firm but fair with his training. Harry loves his walks, especially when he goes out on group social walks with his friends. Harry will make a great addition to the right home.

What Harry Needs from his Forever Home

Harry is looking for new owners that can make room in their lives for this handsome boy. Because of his size and strength Harry would be best suited to a home with children over 14 years old. Harry has never lived with another dog, but has proved to be very social with his doggy friends here. He may be able to live with a female dog pending introductions here at the sanctuary.

  • Can Live with Children (14+)
  • Could potentially live with a female dog
  • Cannot Live with Cats
  • Needs Some Training
  • Is House Trained
  • Exercise Required – 2 hours + a day

Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary has provided and continues to provide hundreds of abandoned animals with a second chance. At any one time the Sanctuary can be looking after several hundred animals. At present on site they have over 60 dogs, 90 cats and kittens plus a number of rabbits and guinea pigs.


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