I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
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1. Male Schnoodle (Schnauzer/Poodle mix).
2. About three years old.
3. Accustomed to living indoors at all times with a doggy door to freely go in or out to an enclosed backyard.
4. Has been our family dog for over a year, and has never made a mistake in the house, and has never chewed or scratched anything other than his toys.
5. Very loyal to family and very suspicious of strangers. It will take a few days to a week before he gets used to you and starts showing you his real personality.
6. Expects a morning and evening walk every day and will sit at the door to remind you.
7. He is the sweetest dog you will ever know (once he gets past the idea of you being a stranger).
8. He is very needy of love and attention.
9. He would do best in a home where at least one person stays home during the day, or where he has another small dog friend. If left alone all day, he gets very depressed. Please don't contact me if you plan to leave him at home by himself.
10. He is good with small children, but prefers older children and adults.
2. Up to date on all shots.
3. No medical problems.
4. If he limps or refuses to walk, check the bottom of his paws for burs. They cling to him easily.
1. Eats from bowl of dried dog food throughout the day.
2. Snacks on doggy treats and carrots.
3. He will beg for people food by sitting close, staring, and laying his head sideways on your leg. We give in occasionally, but only with food that is healthy for him such as meats and vegetables.
4. He has never jumped on furniture to take food, but if left long enough with an irresistible opportunity, I suspect he might. If left on the floor say goodbye to it.
1. Jumps on our bed for about 15 minutes so we will pet him, then jumps down to his bed and blanket on the floor (beside our bed).
2. Likes to sleep wherever we are.
1. Loves to play fetch with his play toy, especially after a walk.
2. Loves to run around and play hide-and-go-seek.
3. Gets really excited when a person comes home and will run back and forth, jumping up and down on your legs while whimpering.
4. Likes to run around with other dogs at the dog park and play chasing games.
1. Barks at strangers (especially men wearing hats). He seems to have poor vision (especially at night), so he may bark at someone he knows until they are close, or until he hears their friendly voice.
2. Behaves like a guard dog barking at noises outside.
3. Does not bark at children and is very careful around them.
4. He is very loyal to everyone in the family once he gets to know them. To make him your friend, give him treats.
5. Loves companionship with people and will follow his care takers everywhere, sitting at their feet or beside them on the couch. If he is really happy with someone, he will lick them gently.
6. Loves other dogs. He may growl at them from a distance, but when he gets near, he will wag his tail and sniff them. He gets extremely eager to approach other dogs because he wants to be their friend. (He has never bitten any dog or person.) Note: He has been going to daycare twice a week for over a month where he plays with about 20 other dogs of all sizes. (Pete and Mac's Daycare on Happy Valley Road.)
Contact James at 623-340-3795