Meet Glasgow 'fluffy boy' Chase who adores people and loves soft toys

Chase is looking for a place to call home.
-Credit: (Image: Dogs Trust)

A large German Shepherd described as a "fluffy boy" who adores people and loves soft toys is looking for his forever home.

Glasgow-based Chase is friendly and full of character, however, he needs a place to call home and is well suited to someone who could give him their unconditional love and attention.

The two-year-old well-built pet needs a family who are able to handle him physically on a lead and support his needs which includes managing his medical condition.

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Chase cannot live with other pets or children under the age of 16.

Describing him as an "excitable lad", Dogs Trust wrote: "Chase adores people and soft toys and also fully believes that he is the size of a lap dog!

"This fantastic fluffy boy will thrive in a home that are happy to spend time training and exercising him. He is an excitable lad who will require a home that doesn't have too many stairs as he does have a medical condition that will require further management.

The two-year-old is battling a medical condition.
The two-year-old is battling a medical condition. -Credit:Dogs Trust

"Chase can get stressed when visiting the vets, but the behaviour team will discuss how he is managed in this scary environment to help minimise his stress. He is a fabulous boy who is going to make a wonderful addition to the right home."

They added: "Chase requires direct access to a secure garden that has a 6ft fence and he is looking to learn how to socialise with other dogs who aren't too bouncy as he can be reactive to other dogs. For this reason, he is looking to be the only pet in the home and cannot live with children under the age of 16.

"Chase would also benefit from quiet, dog-free areas to walk in. He is able to be left for 3-5 hours a day, as long as this is built up slowly."

For more information on Chase, click here.

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