This is what Auggie's foster dad had to say about him..."Auggie is a true survivor. A few videos can be seen on the Fox8.com website by clicking on search and typing Auggie or the Friendship APL Facebook site. I fostered him for nearly a month and found him to be a really great dog. Auggie was easy to adapt to his foster home and quiet in his kennel. He never had to coaxed, I just told him to go in his kennel and he went. The last week he slept at the foot of my bed. He is house trained if you keep him on a schedule. A word of warning, Aug is mischievous if left alone. It's best to kennel him if you're not going to be home. He's not destructive just curious. He will get into things that he can reach. He still has some puppy behavior in that he feels things with his mouth and likes to play with your hand. Scolding him will cause him to cower. He should outgrow this behavior. He is a smart dog and learned to sit and stay quickly. Auggie is street wise and has a healthy fear of cars on the road. He still needs some work on his leash training." Auggie is with his foster dad Ron, in the first photo.
Auggie is a strong boy that was well behaved in his foster home. You can see what Auggie looked like in the last photo of the post. He's come a long way! Auggie would be so appreciative to find the loving home he's never had. Stop by Friendship soon and adopt Auggie.
If you have kids and/or another dog in your family and are interested in adopting a Friendship dog please bring them with you for a meet and greet. No appointment is necessary. Stop by anytime during regular business hours.
All dogs receive one or more vaccinations, a basic veterinary examination, are wormed, heartworm tested and spayed or neutered. Dogs 3 months and older are micro-chipped.
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