Red was found in a dirty, muddy outdoor kennel with nothing but algae colored water. His owners had moved and left him. He is mostly German Shorthaired Pointer. Red is still a puppy in age and at heart. He is two years old. He loves people and wishes to be a good boy, put no ones has taken the time to teach him. He loves learning and he loves when he gets to please his people. Red is the only dog I have known that taught himself how to come down stairs. For a half and hour one day I watched Red climbed the step turn around on the narrow stripe of floor left to him between the gate and the first step and walk down the stairs. At first it was mostly fall or slide down the stairs but he perservered and thought out each attempt until he got it. Red might also be part kangaroo. He loves to jump and while he is learning that is unacceptable he sometimes forgets. Fortunately Red hasn't discovered how to jump out of the four foot fence. But he also doesn't like to get to far from his human. He is just a fun, lovable guy whom you can't help but like. Of course he hasn't been worked with a lot and needs to be taught rights and wrongs, but with his eagerness to please and his willingness to learn he picks up things very quickly. Somebody threw away a great dog.
Red is in KY. He is neutered, up to date on shots and heartworm preventative and microchipped. Red's adoption fee is $325 If you are interested in Red please contact email@example.com
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