Houdini loves to snuggle. The moment I sit down he is up on my lap or under the covers. He likes to be scratched and get belly rubs. He likes everyone including my cat. He does need slow introductions to new people, dogs and cats. He tends to bully new people and dogs at first but then settles into a friendly dog. He is also leery of any new situations. He did not like his new sweater and did not want to put it on. If he thinks something new is about to happen he will go and hide. Houdini likes toys and chasing. He will race around the house with his new chew toy. He is very respectful when you are eating and waits patiently for his own food too. Houdini resource guards people. When he is on my lap he doesn’t want anyone to come near us. He likes quiet respectful children. But more than one racing, wrestling or child activity would be too much for him. He is wonderful. He just has a few quirks to work through.
Houdini would do good in a home with older children. He is unsure of younger children.
Prior to adoption Hudini will be neutered, vaccinated, health checked, heatworm/lymes tested and microchipped
Adoption Fee $350
If you would like to meet me please fill out a pre-adoption application at www.tailsrescue.org
Happy Tails Adoption Center is open on Sundays from 12-5. We are located at 7940 University Ave NE, Fridley
Home visits are required for all dog adoptions.
If you are outside of the Twin Cities area,we will contact rescue volunteers in your area to conduct a home visit. We do not transport adoption animals out of state.
All of our cats and dogs are INDOOR pets and are NOT to be left outside unattended (even in a fenced yard), or running loose!
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