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Rex's image
Rex's image
Rex's image
Rex's image
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  • Age
    5 Years 3 Months
  • Living with children I can live with teenagers
  • Breed German Shepherd
  • Living with dogs I prefer to live alone
  • Sex Male
  • Living with cats I can't live with cats
  • Size Large
  • Ideal home location I prefer to live in the countryside
  • Centre Brands Hatch
  • Reference 361961

More about Rex

Rambunctious Rex is an athletic and alert boy who is looking for a very special home. He is sociable and affectionate and loves to make friends with everyone that he meets.

He is looking for a home with experienced owners, who have owned high energy dogs previously. Rex may be something of a project so his new family will need to be calm, patient and passionate about providing the guidance Rex needs to become the best dog he can be.

Rex is a busy boy who can become overwhelmed at times. He needs plenty of physical exercise and mental stimulation that will bring his stress levels down and help settle him. He can be sensitive to noise so he is looking for a peaceful, rural home with plenty of quiet countryside walks nearby.

Rex will need some ongoing training, but what a reward the end result will be for this very handsome, special boy. He really deserves to find his forever home.

Find out more about our dog rehoming process.

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Apply to rehome online or call us on 0800 001 4444.


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