We are incredibly sad to be looking for a home for our beautiful girl Audi. She’s two years old, a complete love bug in the house but she much prefers to be outside which we didn’t anticipate beforehand. Working full time she isn’t able to be outside unsupervised and our garden just isn’t secure enough to let her roam as she would love to.
We are looking for experienced owners only due to her breed and nature. Audi is incredibly protective both in the home and outside. She is a very large dog and a powerful breed so I do walk her muzzled for everyone’s protection. Shes never bitten a person but we do keep her away from any situations that could cause that, although she has bitten our older dog once (food related) she’s never done it before and does get along well with other dogs outside the home. I think she would benefit more from a home without other animals or children even though she has been an absolute angel with our young kids and other animals such as a cat and Guinea pigs.
She does bark at people approaching the house but she’s not an excessive barker, not bothered by passers by. Good in the car and travelling, loves the beach and water. Great on the lead once she’s calmed down, we use a harness and head collar to help with control as she is very strong if she thinks theres a threat.
She’s up to date with vaccinations, microchipped, wormed & flead, she’s been fully insured since the day we brought her home and never had any issues with her health. She is full pedigree.
If you are interested in our girl we will have to let her meet you properly outside the home and give her time to warm up as she is very protective and doesn’t take kindly to strangers but once she accepts you she loves nothing more than a cuddle and fuss
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