I am eager to please, but also would benefit from training. I do love to run and play catch but am not the best about giving the ball back! I am very protective of my family and home which is why I need some consistent training. I promise I will be worth the training and hard work.
The best thing about me is I am the best cuddler ever! I will lay on the couch with you, or I will lay on the floor next to you. I also like to give kisses, but sometimes get carried away because I am very excited! I walk well on a leash (my foster mom has worked on this with me). I may pull at first because I am excited, but I calm down quickly. I also will sit when you stop walking.
In a nutshell, I am a very lovable big boy who needs some training and an owner with a strong hand who will not give up on me and give me time and patience to learn what you want from me! I also come with $250 in training that the rescue will pay. If you have the time and energy, I’m your guy:)
My adoption fee is $250. Adopters must live within 150 miles or a 3 hour drive of the Quad City area.
For more information about me (Amos), email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the online adoption application at www.k9kindnessrescue.org.
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