Kind giant bow hoping for kind-hearted owners
GENTLE giant Bow is hoping for a new home.
The four-year-old Bull Mastiff, currently in the care of the Dogs Trust Merseyside team, is described as a true gentle giant.
A spokesperson for the charity said: “He may be a big boy, but he has a huge heart and so much love to give.
“He has a really charming personality, which comes through even more every day. He really loves people and will quickly become your new best friend.”
Bow has a slightly shy side when it comes to meeting new people and being in new situations, so he would like a family that can go at his own pace and take things slow.
He would really like a family that doesn’t expect too much of him at first and gives him the space and time he needs to come and settle into his new home completely.
Once installed, it will soon show its true personality and fill the house with love!
He loves a gentle potter and will happily walk alongside other dogs, but he can be a bit unsure of what to do if they want to interact with him too much, so he would prefer to walk with buddies who also like to be left alone. Bow can live with children fourteen and older.
Georgina Lowery, Director of Dogs Trust Merseyside, says: “There is not a single person in the center of Merseyside who has not fallen in love with Bow! He is a beautiful boy, who will bring so much joy and love to his family forever. He truly deserves his happily ever after and we all hope that happens soon for Bow.
If you think you might be the perfect match for Bow, please go to: www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming/