Dog for Adoption

 Breed Size Sex Age

Neo is the definition of a class clown! This lovable boy can be quite a handful, so is looking for a new owner that can help teach him some doggy etiquette and love him for who he is.

  • Male
  • Born 2016 – 18 months old
  • American Bulldog

Neo’s Needs:

  • Cannot Live with Children
  • Can Live with Dogs
  • Cannot Live with Cats
  • Needs Some Training
  • Is House Trained
  • Exercise Required – currently on an exercise plan
  • Has Ongoing Medical Needs

Neo came to OAS as a stray so we don’t know anything about his background. It became clear soon after his arrival that Neo has difficulty with his co-ordination. Further tests and a referral to a specialist vet revealed that he has an abnormality in his spine which is causing his this.

This abnormality is not causing him any pain, and specialists feel it won’t worsen. We are thrilled with this diagnosis as to start with it wasn’t clear what Neo’s fate would be. During his time with us he has been on an exercise plan to help build up muscle and strengthen his core. We believe he hadn’t been walked much at all prior to coming in to us, so he is having to learn to walk nicely on a lead. He has improved so much over time, and just needs someone who can continue his training in the home.

Neo has the most wonderful character and has his kennel carers crying with laughter on a daily basis! He loves his toys and has quite the collection in his kennel. He has so much love to give, and during his training here at OAS he is proving to be a bit of a bright spark.

What Neo Needs from his Forever Home

Ideally Neo would like to be in an adult only home where he is not left alone for long periods of time as he does love human company. He could possibly live with another dog pending introductions here, but cannot live with cats or children as he isn’t overly aware of his size and strength so can come across boisterous at times.

New owners must be aware that Neo may take longer to adjust to a home environment as he has spent longer in kennel than he has in a home.

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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