BOSCO- Male, Border Collie mix, 10 mos, approx. 40 lbs.
Bosco is big teddy bear! He loves people; especially the ones that give him massages, peanut butter, and let him cuddle with them on the couch. A perfect day for Bosco includes going for a long walk, playing ball, and then snuggling up for a nap on your lap! Bosco gets along great with both small & large dogs, cats, and children. He does chase cats however it is definitely a “Why aren’t you playing with me?” chase. Bosco is doing amazing with his training commands! He is walking politely on a leash, learning the word off, he sits on command, and is learning stay & down. He is a very smart boy and we have witnessed this first hand in the two weeks we have had him! He does jump up a lot, however he is learning when is the right time to jump up (not everyone wants endless kisses Bosco!) For this reason alone, I would recommend Bosco going to a home with older children that he cannot accidentally knock over. Bosco is fully house trained. He also is crate trained (just cannot have items in the crate with him as he will chew them out of boredom). He is a loving and playful puppy. The one thing we have learned when Bosco and his siblings made the journey to Canada, was the energy that his breed has. If your family loves going on adventures and wants a best friend to join in on the fun, from hiking to drives up to the cottage, you might be the perfect match for adorable, sweet Bosco! He promises endless kisses and will make a great addition to the family that gets to adopt him.
***Woof.. Please know that the rescue has posted all the information that they have on me here. As my foster family gets to know me they will post updates, so please check back! If you are interested in me please fill out an application at www.petsaliveniagara.ca/adopt and one of my friends will get back to you within 2 to 5 business days.***
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