Because there is life beyond the track

Larry

Larry

‘Website Woof’ presents Larry. Larry was born in September 2013.

We hope you enjoy reading the volunteers’ descriptions of their walks with the hounds. If you would like to find out more about Larry, please visit our kennels and talk with a member of staff.

The kennels are open daily for hound walking from 11am until 2pm and are located at Burhill Kennels, Turners Lane, Hersham, KT12 4AW.

LARRY WENT TO THE PARK WITH ALICE A FEW TIMES IN JUNE 2018. THIS IS WHAT ALICE SAID ABOUT LARRY:

We walked this gorgeous boy quite a few times, we took him to Esher Common, Painshill and to Mogador. Larry is always happy to jump in the car and is very chilled when travelling, usually having a nap on the way back. Larry is a confident hound and he is very gentle on the lead. Larry becomes a bit excited when he sees small dogs but he settles again very quickly each time and just continues to walk happily like nothing had happened. Larry needs to continue to exploring the outside world and get used to smaller dogs. He is extremely affectionate and charming and loves getting cuddles, his charm is impossible to resist with those sweet eyes and fluffy coat. He loves his treats and would beg for more, as he definitely enjoys his food! Please go and meet him, he is a lovely boy who deserves his forever home.

LARRY WENT TO PAINSHILL PARK WITH KAREN W. ON MARCH 11th 2018. THIS IS WHAT KAREN SAID ABOUT LARRY:

We had the pleasure of taking new boy Larry to Painshill Park for his first trip away from the kennels. He jumped straight in to the car, no assistance required! He bounded up the stairs at the park no problem at all.

An enthusiastic boy he quickly settled in to a calm stride. It was his first time to see a duck so he showed some interest but the novelty soon wore off and he ignored all the others. He had no reaction whatsoever to a fair number of other breeds we met, as the park was busy. Only a small while fluffy dog towards the end of the walk got his attention. He stood his ground, then backed away and got a little excited. As the dog passed, Larry forgot about it all.

At the café, Larry stood happily beside our table and paid no attention to a dog lying under the adjacent table. He was very keen to eat the sausage and cheese we had brought for him and would have had our hot chocolate and coffee too if we had not moved them swiftly out of his way.

He paid no attention to the young children zooming around on scooters and was a pleasure to take for a walk outside the kennels. Larry is a sweet boy and whilst enthusiastic is well behaved. He even had a little snooze in the car on the short journey back to the kennels!