Aug 12, 2017

Thank you for considering an ARF pup. Most puppies receive many enquiries, and we aim to match the right dog to the right home so that they can enjoy a happy life together. If your enquiry is unsuccessful, rest assured that the foster carer has carefully based their decision on a thorough knowledge and understanding of the dog’s needs.

UPDATE 27 September 2017

Huey is taking some time off from searching for his new home to recover from a recent training setback and get back on track. He’ll be back soon, we’re sure of it.

Huey's baby photo

Huey’s baby photo

Huey is an endearing youngster with loads of love to give. He’s a very playful guy who is friendly and fun loving. His number one love is his people, both big and small. He’s currently living with children (6yo and 3yo) and is very affectionate and patient with them, although he sometimes forgets his manners and jumps up but this will improve with continued training.


Huey seems to have a real love of children and gets excited whenever he sees kids and will lap up all the attention and cuddles they give.

Huey can be a little slow to warm up to some new adults but once he is comfortable with you he is a delightfully affectionate and happy soul. He will show his people a full body tail wag when he greets them and will lean in for cuddles. He loves to be with his people and to cuddle up with his person whenever he can.


Huey is currently living with an elderly Great Dane cross and has learned to give him the space he needs, but plays well with the young resident Maltese cross. He also greets other friendly dogs in a friendly manner when he is out.


Huey is quite a bright youngster and is doing a great job with learning what is expected of him in his foster home. He waits nicely at the door to be allowed in and will sit and wait for his food until he’s given the ok to eat. Huey happily sleeps in his crate at night and will sometimes share his sleeping space with his small foster brother who Huey often likes to use as a pillow!


He is quite responsive to rewards based training, so is a pleasure to train. He can be a little hesitant in new situations and will look to his person for guidance and confidence. Although Huey is well behaved in the car he does find this form of travel quite stressful so will need a home that can continue to work with him to help him overcome this.


Huey will make a wonderful and devoted companion, and will do well in a home committed to his continued training and where he is included as part of the family with someone home more often than not, or where he has another friendly doggy friend to keep him company if his family is out.