This dog is only $25 to adopt through 11/7.
Dallas (and his brother Houston) are new to BDAR and their foster home but they have sure have made a great first impression. These two were from the same litter of puppies who were adopted out at a shelter and both got returned through no fault of their own before their second birthday but at least they've had each other to depend on through this rough start in life. Their foster home couldn't bring themselves to help one brother and not the other so here they are in the BDAR program together!
Dallas is a big, thick, hunk of a dog. He is happy, friendly and seems to have some training invested in him prior to landing in foster care. He (like his brother) can be a tad bit nervous of strangers for a few moments before his tail starts wagging and he wants their love and attention. In the short time both dogs have been in foster care their foster mom can tell you, they are both house trained, they both kennel well (next to each other) at night and when it's too cold to be outside during the work day. They both know sit and they are very willing to learn more if you are willing to give them treats. THEY LOVE TREATS!! With an obedience class, sharpening up some manners and some daily exercise these boys will fit nicely into just about any home. It is noticeable that Dallas has better leash manners than his brother so he's likely had someone take him on more walks. They have both been friendly to children and the only fear I'd have is that they may knock toddler aged children over and lick as they are just happy friendly boys. They have done well with the other dogs in the foster home as well. We would love for them to find a home together but it is not a requirement. I think given a little time to adjust they will both do just fine on their own although hey do both like the company of other dogs in the home. If you are interested in meeting one or both, please apply today!
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