Finnigan is up for anything, whether it be a drive, a walk, a hike or just lounging around the house. His favorite sports are chasing the ball, tug-o-war and sharing the ‘armchair quarterback’ position with his foster family. He enjoys car rides, especially when they end up someplace fun like the park or the off-leash beach. He will race across the sand and romp around playing with other dogs he meets along his way. It’s all fun and games but just say the word and he will come when you call him! He has great recall!! (Yes, you read that right!) He does well with other dogs, cats, children and meeting new people.
Finnigan has mastered the basic commands (sit, wait, down) and is currently learning “heel. Just for grins, he is also learning “shake” when asked for his “paw.” A tug rope and extra large Loofa dog toy are his favorites right now but he enjoys discovering any new toy that he is introduced to by his foster family. Now that we have nice weather, he has enjoyed exploring outside while his family is doing yard work.
|Status: Available||Location: North Sacramento, CA||Adoption $: 230|
|Weight: 60 pounds||Age: 9 years||Kids: 6 and up|
|Other dogs: Good with other dogs||Cats: Yes||Hunting: Unknown|
Our adoption process begins with our adoption questionnaire: http://norcalgsprescue.org/adoption-questionnaire/
(Please note that we adopted primarily within Northern California and our minimum age for kids is 6)
If you'd like to see what Finnigan's been up to, check out his posting in the Available Foster Dogs section: http://norcalgsprescue.org/category/available-dogs/our-foster-dogs/. That's where you'll find all the latest info about all of our available dogs.
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