Extra Information- We want to provide as much information about our foster dogs, but sometimes it’s hard to do in the simple dog biography listed below. CHR will list the Ideal Home section to help applicants better understand what the rescue and foster parents are looking for this particular rescue dog’s future home. Please, take a minute to read the Ideal Home section.
Ideal Home- Previous Shih Tzu or similar breed experience. Wall-wall carpeting would be an issue due to some allergies. Someone home part of the day or a dog walker in place.
Meet Rascal. This spunky little boy is a little rascal. He loves to play and keep busy. Every time this little boy goes on a walk you would think the world is his oyster. He bops around like a happy little bunny, like he doesn’t have a care in the world. When it’s cuddle time, he will come put his face next to yours for a kiss on his cheek. He loves to be doted on. He is so sweet and loving. He has NEVER shown a hint of growley behavior to his foster mom. Rascal will eliminate on walks but he is also pee pad trained. Rascal is a complete gentleman when groomed so this makes him an easy dog to groom.
Rascal loves his toys and chewy bones. So much that sometimes he can get growley protecting them around other dogs. Rascal is only 10 pounds so we want to be careful if he is placed in another home. He doesn’t fight other dogs for his bones or toys, but another dog may get angry for being growled at, and try to fight him. We just need to be careful when screening him, if you do have another small dog. He does play with dogs. He races around the yard chasing other dogs like the silly little bunny he is. Rascal is housetrained but he is let outside every 4-5 hours. Please keep this in mind if you work during the day. â
Rascal is allergic to a few things like certain corn so a higher end diet is ideal. Right now, Rascal is eating a freeze dried formula and is doing great- http://www.realmeatpet.com/food.htm#ChickenDog Mixed in his dry, is a grain-free topping- Click here for info.
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