Alright, are you ready to hear about a great dog? I knew you were! Here's TIGGER, the HIGHLY TRAINED, LOVABLE, SWEET dog. He's truly WONDERFUL and going to make someone very happy. This darling boy was abandoned by his young owner who started out wanting to do the right thing in putting him through a board and train program, but unfortunately, this person forgot about poor TIGGER and now TIGGER is oh so lonely...forgotten at his trainer's facility. Tigger has this wonderful desire to please and do the right thing that he's been trained to do. He has an intense focus on his handler, which you can see from some of his pictures as he focuses his look on his trainer. Tigger knows SIT, STAY, COME, DOWN, PLACE (which is where he goes to his bed to stay until released). He is CRATE TRAINED, LEASH TRAINED, WILL WALK AT YOUR SIDE IN A HEEL, and POTTY TRAINED, rides well in the car and is an all around good boy and GOOD WITH DOGS. Aside from all this training is that Tigger is like any other dog...he wants to be loved by his own person who will not forget about him and who will love him for the rest of his life. Tigger's ideal person(s) would be active and love walks, running, playing fetch with him, and would have him as part of the family. Tigger bonds deeply with his person and will be very loving. Tigger can be cautious or shy when he initially meets a person, but once he knows the person is kind, he's comfortable. His caution comes from the fact that his young owner had roommates who would rough house with him too forcefully and Tigger didn't like it. He wouldn't snap or be aggressive, but it made him cautious. He's now so good after all of his socialization with dogs and with people. If you want to meet a great dog, please come meet Tigger. He's a lover and you'll fall for him. If interested, please contact Mitzy@4LifeRescue.org, 714-469-8878
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