Zeus is new to Homeless Hounds and is under assessment. You can apply for this handsome young boy, but be aware at this stage we don’t know what type of home he will require.

He is a very lucky boy has gone straight into foster and is learning his manners and how he should be behaving in the home. This is work in progress and he will make someone a fantastic pet with the correct training and patience.

Zeus breed is unknown but it has been suggested that his breed is a German Shepherd cross Staffy, or Staffy cross Rottweiler. See what you think?

This is what his fabulous foster mummy has to say about him:

He’s 3 months old, huge paws, wonky ears 9.4kg already, sleeps all night, is really clever, cheeky, inquisitive and definitely a landshark, (learning to mouth toys now though). He’s had very little experience of the outside world so far in his life, living almost wholly indoors, but is stepping up to all the new challenges of doggy life. He has been carried to the pet shop, the pub, seems friendly to other dogs and is learning to tolerate a collar and a lead.

He’s slightly wary of meeting new people, but once you are established in his “people group” he loves being by your side. In the 3 days he’s been here so far Zeus has learnt to sit and is puppy pad trained, but weeing outside is a strange concept for him to grasp so far, he wees the minute he comes in, so that’s a work in progress and with time he will be asking to go outside.

All the signs are there, with good training and lots of socialisation, he will make a fantastic family pet. Zeus is your typical mouthy puppy, with needle teeth which he isn’t scared to use. He will need to be taught puppy manners because he has no sense of personal space for the other pets in the home.

It’s early days yet and he has come a long way in such a short period of time. Zeus will definitely keep his forever family on their toes!




To adopt Zeus, please complete our adoption application form. We welcome applications from across Lancashire but unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from further afield. Homeless Hounds cannot rehome dogs to families with children under the age of 5. Home check and adoption donation applies.

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