In case you were looking…here’s Waldo! Our boy Waldo will be a year old this November. He is still very much a puppy and is learning his basic skills. He is recently neutered, house trained when kept on a schedule and does okay in a crate. He has been crated for a full 8 hour work day and overnight he has had no accidents. Waldo is very playful and he enjoys a good game of fetch. He also loves to just snuggle up for some loving and petting. He’s a happy boy who should be okay with another dog as long as they can handle his playfulness. He weighs in at 45 lbs. and is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Labrador. He is still growing and has some filling out to do. When he is in his snuggle mode, those big puppy eyes will melt your heart. Waldo is looking for a home with a fenced yard to play in and would enjoy having school age children to play with. Parents need to be willing to continue his training, but he will have a good start to leash walking, the “place command” and general manners through Good Decisions Dog Training. He will also be introduced to cats during his training. Waldo is a young dog and we predict a bright future for him with the right family. Could yours be the family he’s looking for?
If you are interested in meeting Waldo, please contact email@example.com.
Suggested adoption donation: $250.00
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