Glenn, Neutered, male, 11 months old, 42 Lbs.
Hey there, I.m Glenn! I’m a young doggie who’s born with timid but sweet nature. However, if you are willing to give me time, I’ll adjust well. I am very cuddly to people I trust. I am calm and very submissive. I like to play with doggie friends; therefore, It’d be very nice if there is a doggie brother or sister around. I’m not a barker nor a mischievous dog. I can be content when I’m left alone with a dog. I know I’m not a perfect doggie but I do wish to have a home to call my own. If you are interested to meet me, for sure my foster mommy will tell you lots of good things about me.
Energy level medium
Does the dog get along with other dogs at home? YES in a public place? YES
Is the dog Skittish (afraid sudden noise and movement, will try to get out of collar when scared) . YES
Is the dog people friendly: Timid, requires more time and patience to earn his trust.
Is the dog children friendly: YES, but must earn his trust first.
Does the dog bark continuously when left along? NO
does the dog gets along with cats ? No aggression
housetrained or not? YES, outside.
Good walk on leash or not? YES.
Any basic training? Sit, Stay and Paw before gets treats.
Is the dog afraid of man? Timid, requires more time and patience to earn his trust.
How is the dog with new environment? It takes about a week to allow him adjust in the new environment.
Does the dog have food aggression with other dogs? NO.
Can people touch the food in the bowl while the dog is eating? YES.
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? NO.
Are there any red flags we should know? A timid dog that requires simple family members, less busy life, time and patience to help the dog overcome fears. A timid dog adjustment training class is required.
Please go to www.ahan.org, on Glenn Click apply, it will link to our online application.
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