At Wags and Whisker's Pet Rescue:
Cameron is a 1-3 year old Catahoula/Shepherd mix with striking blue eyes! He has moderate energy and is highly trainable. He loves treats! He is affectionate and good with people. He may do best being the only pet.
According to his fosters:
This beautiful Catahoula/Shepherd mix is Cameron <3 He hardly escaped his death sentence when he was stuck in a shelter with no adoption in sight! Luckily Wags and Whiskers Pet Rescue could find him a wonderful foster home!
We are glad to report that Cameron has been doing very well under the care of these kind people and is now ready for his forever home!
Cameron is extremely intelligent and highly trainable! He knows how to sit and is moderately leash trained. As an energetic youngster of 1-2 years old, he needs a home that can provide him with adequate opportunities to exercise. Cameron would make a great family dog who loves nothing more than being affectionate and cuddled!
Cameron is very comfortable around his little buddy and enjoys switching beds as you can see. You might want to know that he used to have a little best friend before that got adopted separately. It made him very sad, and he certainly prefers to have a little friend around!
Caution around larger dogs is recommended! He enjoys the company of some dogs but can occasionally act aggressive while on leash. Especially other males can make him a bit unsure and therefore uneasy. Further training to help him get over this fear would be wonderful!
If interested in meeting Cameron, please contact Lucy Parks at (530) 852-1515. Wags and Whiskers would be delighted to set up a meet-and-greet for you and Cameron!
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