found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
John Wayne comes to mind but we are proud to say we have our own Duke here.
This very handsome has his own story. It starts with a good Samaritan finding him and begins like this:
Stray dog was in my yard in Mid June.
Was skiddish? at first.
Got to be friendly, we put him up in yard.
Had no collar, looked "abandoned"
Have been asking people if they're interested in him, with no luck.
August, Duke snuck out of yard, neighbor called dog catcher.
I bailed Duke out, got ticket for no dog license.
I had to have him get a rabies shot to be released, and to get a lic.
I found out he was chipped at that time.
I've been in contact with the owner, where they gave him away at 2 months old, and that person has been lying to them all along telling them the dog's doing fine.
I was told by orig owner that he had all his shots when chipped in Feb. He was born Dec 17 I'm told.
responding to commands with hand, sit, lay down
loves to fetch
loves his 1st play toy, he did 2 somersaults while playing! I've never seen that before.
NO food aggression
Has NEVER been aggressive in the 3 months I've had him
Showed NO aggression at the vet to the other dogs, only curiosity
Doesn't bark, or whine, or beg to come in
Does well on runner cable.
Jumps up on you when you first see him. I believe it's anxiety from absence. When I'm with him a while, he doesn't do that. He's left alone quite a bit at work, that's why he needs a family asap. I've been using a green Squirt bottle with water when he jumps up and it's working great! I don't even have to squirt it anymore. Just holding it in my hand makes him not jump up and calm down.
He has chewed things that I've left out. I do give him rawhides, bones. I believe this can be overcome with people around more than the 2 hours a day he gets here.
He sometimes chews on my hands, NEVER bites, but a playful teething type of nibble. The green bottle has been working well for that too. And when I exclaim "NO", the chews turn to licks. So he does know right from wrong. Just needs more attention.
DUKE NEEDS TO HAVE A COMPLETELY FENCED IN YARD.
He's a big, loving puppy that needs a family. He's more of a submissive type than dominant. He loves to run and have fun. He did well at the dog catcher's cage, wasn't barking to get out. Just sat there.
Well, that's Duke. If you are interested, please email PATRICK at firstname.lastname@example.org