He is eager to please. He's crate trained and not a chewer. He's great on walks! As you can see in the video link he doesn't mind the dogs behind the fences that are trying to get his attention. He looks to you to check in every so often. He's a pleasure to walk.
He's been fine with female dogs his size. Shows too much interest in little yapper dogs if they are high energy. If they are calm he doesn't seem to notice them. We are saying no to cats to be on the safe side since he does seem to have a tendency to look for squirrels and wild bunnies. He is fostered with other large dogs and gets along with them.
We pulled him from the shelter where he was about to be euthanized. He was rough then showing signs of a hard life. His coat was not in good shape, had bad ear infections, was very thin. Now he is healthy and his coat is shiny. He's now a very happy & appreciative boy.
We are a 501c3 non-profit organization. Adoption process includes an adoption contract and home check. Adoption fee for dogs are $300 - 500 and for cats are $175. All of our animals are fixed, vaccinated, and chipped.
If you are interested in adopting or have further questions, please fill out the application at LAAR.ORG under the Adoption Process page.
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