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Currently in foster care in Yorkshire.
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3 year old Inca is a Romanian boy that came into rescue as a puppy.

He is vaccinated , neutered and microchipped.

Here is what the kennels & volunteers say about little Inca :-

Inca came into the rescue at 6 months old, rehomed by us but came back into rescue at the end of February having developed some nervous issues.

Currently in kennels in Derbyshire and this is what they say about him.

Inca is an extremely nervous boy.

He is fine with dogs - no issues at all. Wonít play but happy with them around and the same with cats.

He has growled but has never snapped or tried to bite. Heís just nervous and anxious.

He is picky with his food and only eats when itís qui

?et? - usually at night. We have found he eats raw food best .
He walks ok on his slip lead. He isnít jumpy when new things are around he is just anxious.

He has loved with an older GSD

At the end of March our volunteers had the absolute pleasure of meeting Inca and walking him.

He is a nervous boy and once out of his kennel, and he took a few minutes to persuade that he will enjoy his walk....he is adorable....he passed bikes, cars, people, hissing swans and other dogs with absolutely no reaction at all.

We felt he would be great in a one person or quiet couples home that have the time to just let him be around them. Either way he needs a family of his own. He could live with a confident bitch to show him the way, but not essential.

All he needs is time to get to know you and just wants to be left alone to come round in his own time. He is a lovely gentle dog, just let down in the past.

Could anyone open their hearts and foster or adopt this lovely lad to help him on his way to gain the confidence and trust he so needs.

Currently in foster care in Yorkshire.