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Jake

(previously known as Heintz)

Jake has settled in greatly with family life and with his two new pals Banjo and Simba. He loves having long walks and when he gets the chance to get off his lead he loves to chase sea gulls. He loves to play with his toys and fetch a ball and stick. He is very affectionate and loves to get cuddles and kisses and sit up on the sofa for some attention. He is great with kids and people once he gets to know them and most of all he is brilliant with our son Ritchie.

He needs some work with meeting strangers but are willing to take the time and effort into retraining him as he has become part of our family and is very intelligent and comes back to recall no problem when running in the woods on our long walks. He loves his food and has gotten used to family life and having a bit toast etc from our son at the weekend. He loves his treats.

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