Foster or Adoptive home needed for Pax.
Pax has been in our program for over a year and has been moved around and like most dogs this can have a negative effect on behavior and Pax is no exception so we have changed his bio to no kids, cats and dogs. Does that mean he can’t ever be around them – no it means that he needs a stable environment with a committed family that will work with him. Pax is young and will benefit from an experienced home.
- Sudden changes in motions or actions from people he doesn’t know is not good for him.
- In the home environment he is good with basic commands; sit/lie down/shake a paw when asked
- Very quiet in the house doesn’t bark may occasionally growl if he hears people outside.
- Relaxed dog inside just wants to play ball or be around people.
- Once getting home he wags his butt not really his body but his butt lol and rolls on his back so he can get belly rubs
- Pax is a super hyper dog once first introduced to new people properly, then mellows down after that.
- Completely different when on leash outside he tends to forget these commands but is getting better
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