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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
We estimate Maxwell to be at least 5 years old. We don't know for sure what his breed is, but believe he might be a poodle or schnauzer mix. Though at first he was a little freaked out with his recent ordeal at animal control, once he settled in, he's really a very friendly dog,
His new foster parents say: He will make a great family pet. He is actually a very happy dog. He greets people tail wagging and has a cute "dog smile". He loves to go outside and seems happy walking in the grass and exploring. He is extremely friendly to everyone, men, women, children. Though he's a small dog at only 14 lbs, he's got a big personality. He loves to be where people are and in the middle of any family social situation. Max will jump on your lap and expects to be cuddled. He is a big kisser, loves to be petted and will nuzzle, expecting to be petted. He likes to jump onto the bed and roll himself in blankets. He is an active dog and is on the move, but not overly so. He is smart and knows a few commands. He barks when he wants to go into the house. He LOVES car rides and will stand on his hind legs looking out the front passenger seat or stand on the driver's lap with front paws on the wheel as though he is driving. He is a big moocher, I think in his previous life he was fed table scraps over dog food - he'll eat anything! After getting used to his new routine, Max seems housebroken, and the stability of a new home should keep him on the right track.
Max would be great in a home that has only one dog. Though he gets along in general with other dogs, Max, a small dog, tends to want to dominate others. He is fine with cats.
Maxwell's adoption fee of $290 includes: vet exam, heartworm test, DAPP (distemper combo) vaccination, bordetella vaccination, rabies vaccination, microchip, deworming, flea and tick prevention, heartworm preventative, and neuter.