There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies will be included.
Corbin is an amazing dog. Just 4 years old, healthy, neutered and up to date on his shots, Corbin is a gorgeous mix of Anatolian Shepherd and Boxer. Corbin seems almost human in his adorable mannerisms. He carries a security blanket around the house with him like a little kid, and he loves to snuggle in bed with his owners, whom he absolutely adores.
Corbin, like many shepherd breeds is a real homebody. He likes to be at home, and gets nervous when he is not in his familiar territory. He’s a great protector of home and hearth, always letting you know if someone is at the door or on your property. He is very devoted and loving, and is fine with strangers.
Corbin was adopted from a shelter, and it is very possible that there was some abuse in his past, before he became the cherished pet of his family. They love him soooo much. The problem is that Corbin is protective of his toys, bones, food and blanket. With a 9 month old baby who is starting to explore his environment, the risk that Corbn might growl and bite the little one is high. They have been advised by a dog behaviorist that it would be best to place Corbin in a home where there are no small children.
Corbin is looking for a very loving home with adults only, or a family with children older than 12. He needs a large, securely fenced back yard to protect, and people who have the time and ability to give him the love, attention, understanding and care that he needs and very much deserves. Corbin would be an exceptional match for a retired or semi-retired couple. A country setting would be ideal for him.
Location: Pelham, NH, 03076
Type of Pet: Dog
Color/Coat Type: Short tan hair
Size: 65 lbs
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: Anxiety
Neutered, Microchipped, Fully vaccinated, House Broken
Corbin gets along with:
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