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Roady appears to be potty trained, and does well in a crate. The time he spent in a home in the past, was most likely minimal. Last night when the foster home turned on the TV, he gave an instant, short low growl. However immediately afterward he was watching TV like the rest. I’m guessing he found NCIS quite interesting!
Roady is not playing with other dogs as of yet, due to his injury, however appears as though he’d be fine with them. He play bows and jumps around when they go up to his crate. We will keep you updated on this once they aren’t separated by the crate. Roady is in need of manners. It appears he has no training whatsoever. Kim at the shelter had been teaching him “sit” and “off.” He is highly food motivated and would do anything for a treat…..no treat and Roady says, “No way!” A professional training course will be required for Roady to help him become the best dog he can be. Small children at this point would not do well with Roady as he has no idea yet that jumping on people is not nice. He needs a home that has the time to follow through with training, and is committed to helping Roady become the fabulous Boxer he has the potential to be. He is simply a diamond in the rough right now. As he progresses over the next few weeks we will keep you informed. If you would like to foster Roady, please complete a foster application by visiting www.fassasfriendsboxerrescue.com and clicking on the Ways you can Help tab at the top of the website page.
If your considering adopting Roady, please complete an Adoption Application found on our website, under the Adoption Tab at the top of the website's page. Given patience, time and love, this little boy will shine.