It is often difficult to re-home an older dog so Ajay was with us for a while. Many thanks go to his foster carers who take great care of him over the weeks he was with us.
Although full of energy he walks without pulling and his recall is good, albeit on the lead. Generally he is an obedient dog who likes to please and usually does what he is asked first time. He also has enough manners not to beg for food and even sits and waits until you tell him to take his own dinner.
Ajay talks a lot, which is to say, he does a lot of grunting and groaning. When greeting you he will give you a smile and, when excited, he will howl. Ajay does not like doors to be closed on him as he wants to be with you at all times, even at night; but he does understand what bedtime means and will go to his own bed to sleep. That said, he can be left on his own for short periods if the doors are left open for him to get around. Otherwise, he loves cuddles, attention and to snuggle up beside you.
Ajay would do well with an owner who will not leave him alone for long periods and who does not mind having him follow them around