Finn was Rescued from the Shelter, his family dropped him off because of moving into an apartment. Finn was extremely frightened when he first arrived at Rescue took him atleast 5 days to settle in and now he loves Rescue Camp and is Ready for his new Home and Family.
Finn is cautious when meeting new people therefore he needs someone with a lot of patience and understanding. Once he trusts you he will never leave your side. He is extremely loyal and would make anybody a wonderful companion. He is good being left alone in the home but would prefer someone that has the time to spend with him. Finn's favorite past time besides snuggling on the sofa or bed with his person he loves to play Fetch and can be very vocal about play time! Finn gets along with other dogs but is very vocal if he gets excited chasing after them we easily remedy that behavior by making sure Finn has a ball in his mouth only if chasing other dogs. We aren't sure if he is good around small animals. A home with mature older children over the age of 12 would be fine, he would not do well around small children because he gets anxious around them.
If you would like to offer this wonderful boy his forever home or need additional information regarding our adoption process please email me direct on firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an online application via our website www.k-9services.net go to Adoption Application page.
An application needs to be completed prior to arranging a meet and greet.
All dogs in rescue are temperament tested and have basic obedience implemented as a part of their daily routine. All behavioral issues are dealt with according to each case scenario. All dogs prior to going home are up to date on all vaccinations, spayed and or neutered. Application, home-check, and references must be approved prior to final adoption.
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