This gentle giant, who loves nothing more than a warm cuddle or a wander outside, is seeking a new home, and would be fine living with people either on his own or with a canine pal.
Hunter Bob is a crossbreed with a joyful nature, who was taken to the RSPCA kennels a few months ago, because his owner was no longer able to care for him.
Aged four-and-a-half years, and grey and white in colour, he is a well-adjusted dog who greets other dogs politely on walks, then moves on. Although he has not shared a home with another dog before, his current carers feel he would be fine with a dog buddy, but not a cat.
And because of his boundless fun and enthusiasm, he would suit a home where any children are aged eight years or older, and are confident around a big, strong dog. He should fit very well in to family life.
An RSPCA spokesperson said: “Hunter Bob hasn`t had a normal pet dog life. He has spent much of his life so far living outside, and although he is very much looking forward to all the comfort, snuggles and company that a new home brings, he will need a little help adapting to this new way of living.
“By making all new experiences rewarding and positive, he can get to grips with it all without having to worry about getting it wrong. He appears to adjust quite well to new situations and so we hope it will be smooth transition for him.
“Can you give this big cuddly man the fantastic new home he deserves?”
Hunter Bob is easy to care for and enjoys James Wellbeloved Complete for his dinner.
Contact the RSPCA Sheffield branch to arrange a meeting with HunterBob, or visit the website at