I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Meet Falkor. We think he is still a puppy. He is probably a Pyrenees or Anatolian mix. He Is a sweetheart that loves attention. He gets along with all the other fosters. He still acts very much like a puppy. A perfect day for Falkor is when we are working in the yard and he can sneak in a hug or two then return to playing with our black lab foster puppy. Falkor was found as a stray so we recommend a secure fence for him. With his size even though we have seen no aggression we have NOT tested him with cats. Currently he/she is working on lead training nd is doing very well with it. If your family lives in the country and wants a sweet lanky guy to hang around your yard and guard the place he might be a match for you. The other thing intimidating about him is his size!! Anatolians are described as Bold, Steady, Confident, Proud, Intelligent, Independent. While Pyrenees are said to be calm, well-mannered, serious dog known for his great devotion to family, including well-behaved children. These dogs are generally trustworthy, affectionate and gentle, but if the need arises, they will not hesitate to try to protect their family and their territory.
He is fully vetted (i.e. neutered, vaccinated [including rabies], microchipped, and heartworm tested). His/ her adoption fee is $150. If interested in adoption, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about an application.