Wooster. Anthracite-colored dog, aristocratic, handsome and tall.
Wooster’s story is sad, like most of the shelter dogs’ one.
Wooster got to the shelter in 2010 being already an adult dog. He had either been lost, or left. He obviously used to be a home dog. He had even the old leather collar on him. For a long time Wooster didn’t dare to go out of his cage, he accepted the treats, let people pet him, but would not go out! Moreover, we were concerned about his health — large dog must move a lot so that not to have any issues with joints. Once we put Wooster on the leash and took him for a walk. Since then he started to go out.
Wooster is a very good-natured and disciplined. He knows his cage and goes out only for a walk — he never runs around the sector like many dogs do. Wooster never makes aggression moves towards the other dogs and never shows his strength to people (taking into the consideration that the dog isn’t small).
Unfortunately, Wooster, as many dark-colored dogs, isn’t really photogenic. To appreciate all his beauty, come and meet him in person!
Wooster isn’t young. Shoulder height — 60-65 cm.