Thank you all for your interest. Peri has been adopted and placed in a very nice home. :)
God bless you all adopters out there!
I am Peri's 3rd Owner.
The story of how he was found was an interesting one.
He was registered in Batu Caves, but was found abandoned in Kepong. The second owner took him in and fostered him in Seri Kembangan until he had his newborn child, and he no longer could keep pets due to his child, so I took him in and cared for him, I wanted to make him mine.
When I took him in, I was running my own business so I had the luxury and time to care for him and provided him the best place a dog could wish for - a big garden with other dogs to run round and play with. This big garden wasn't mine, but a good friend's garden.
Unfortunately, one day he injured his eye, and his right eye is 100% blind. Things didn't go well for all of us last year, I lost my business, my good friend moved out and Peri now stays in a 2 X 6 feet laundry area in my unit.
I work long hours at the office and after office hours to repay my debt that I accumulated.
I appeal to the future owner of Peri to please care for him for the rest of his life. As I feel that I am imprisoning such a beautiful dog that all he wants is a belly rub and a lovely owner to play with him, which I cannot afford to provide currently.
>Very very Manja (can sleep beside you the whole night or when you’re watching a movie giving him his belly rub without moving)
He loves belly rubs! He can run around in circles before he jumps on the sofa, only to flip over and ask for a belly rub which I guarantee you cannot resist giving. He loves a shower and being groomed. Not spoilt when it comes to food either. I feed him doggie biscuits and he is absolutely fine with it.
He is very quiet. He only howls when he hears the police siren, other than that, very friendly with other dogs but funnily afraid of cats!
He knows how to sit, give paw, in(to go into his crate),come and leave it commands. When I adopted him, he already knew how to sit and, give paw when there is food. I thought him the leave it,in, come command in 3 X 15 mins sessions, that’s how smart he is. Very easy to train!
He loves his walks. I walk him from time to time when I have time. Very easy to walk and won't go after other dogs and provocations.
To the future owner, if you wish to adopt him, I really hope that this will be the last owner change for Peri. I thank you for reading my post and considering adopting this very lovable dog.
P.S - He responds very well to his name Peri.