Super cute Jelly and his 5 siblings were rescued from the local military base. We don’t know anything about the little family prior to their rescue – and we don’t know who their parents are. But they seem to be a setter mix and have all the characteristics of the breed.
Jelly is estimated to be 3 months old, and will grow to be a medium sized boy of 15-20 kilos. As a setter mix, he will thrive best with a very active family who understand how to stimulate a lively breed as his. He would love to live in a rural environment, preferably with a secure garden to play in. He will be a wonderful addition to most families if he is trained and supported the way a puppy should be.
As with all puppies, Jelly’s future family needs to be ready for sleepless nights, pee and poo everywhere, scratched furniture, chewed shoes, long days of learning to be home alone and of course, training to walk on a lead. Right now, he is very well socialised with other dogs and cats, but more training will be needed to make sure he doesn’t develop bad habits and continues to be a happy and social dog. His future family also needs to commit to sterilising him as soon as he reaches sexual maturity – we tolerate zero breeding with our dogs and don’t agree with them battling with unnecessary hormones throughout their lives if not sterilised.