Scottish SPCA launches adoption appeal for deaf dog Gromit

Gromit is up for adoption, credited Scottish SPCA

GROMIT, a young and vibrant deaf bulldog cross, is earnestly seeking a forever family to provide him with love and support. Currently under the care of the Scottish SPCA at their Angus, Fife, and Tayside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Gromit has been patiently waiting for 136 days to find his perfect match.

Despite being deaf, Gromit has been embracing the opportunity to learn sign language, thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Scottish SPCA team in Dundee. Rachael MacLean, Regional Operations Lead (North East Scotland), shared insights into Gromit’s charming personality, stating, “He is very food-oriented and loves to learn. Gromit has daily walks with other dogs in the centre and is enjoying their company.”

The Scottish SPCA has implemented sign language training for Gromit, showcasing his adaptability and intelligence. While he can be strong on the lead, especially when eager to play with other dogs, Gromit has demonstrated a love for socialising and enjoys the company of well-mannered dogs.

MacLean emphasised that Gromit’s ideal home would continue his positive reinforcement and socialisation training to ensure he becomes the best canine companion. As he is a playful and boisterous dog, he may benefit from living with another dog who can cope with his energetic nature.

Gromit, the playful dog! credited Scottish SPCA

Gromit’s playful antics and endearing personality make him a fantastic dog, and the Scottish SPCA is hopeful that the right owner will provide him with a forever home. Due to his background, Gromit needs someone to help build his confidence and introduce him to the outside world.

The Scottish SPCA recommends an adult-only home with access to a secure, private garden for Gromit to explore safely.The Scottish SPCA encourages those interested in providing Gromit with a loving forever home to apply via their website: Scottish SPCA Rehoming – Gromit.

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