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Peanut is a sweet boy, but he does have a worried side to him and this can be evident when people are entering the home.

When he is out and about on walks etc he is eager and confident to meet new people.

Inside the kennel, he is worried and anxious, but given time and space he soon approaches you; especially if a tasty treat is on offer.

Peanut has growled and nipped at visitors in the home, so it’s important that he has a quiet and safe area he can be placed in when visitors arrive and he can be introduced to them sensibly and at his own pace.

Peanut uses a crate here at SDR, so it is another option for any potential new owners.

Peanut interacts well with dogs outside the home, but in the home he can become jealous of them if they are receiving attention.  Therefore we are looking to place Peanut in a home as the only dog where he can have all the attention and owners can continue his training.

He is going to require owners who have owned terriers before so they know and understand their little ‘quirks’.  Peanut has the potential to be a truly amazing companion for someone who has time and understanding.

Can you offer this lovely boy a loving and permanent new home?

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