Subby is part of Happy Days Spring Fling celebration! Through the month of May, Subby along with many others, will have a reduced adoption fee of $75!
Subby is approximately 2-2 1/2 years old, he is ALL boy, not skiddish or submissive at all and nothing bothers him...no gun shots, no thunderstorms, no loud Harley motorcycles, not a darn thing...He loves to play, chew on bones and LOVES bully sticks (he is making me go broke...lol). Subby enjoys car rides but I suggest him wearing a seat belt as he thinks he wants to drive and be in your lap. We go to a park every day for slow walks as he is a walker....walks great on leash (go figure) but will be honest in saying if he wants to get to something then hold on as this is one strong boy! He is 70 lbs so not a small dog...he is beefy and by the time he leaves me he may need to be on a diet...lol. The first couple days did not go well as he broke out of my kennel then he manuvered out of a crate....but now I do not hear a peep out of him and he is used to at least 6 hours during the day of being confined alone. He is house trained...I did buy him a belly band for the first week as like I said he is ALL boy! We are working on a few things....his selective hearing, jumping is getting much better, and his duration of a command as he gets ants in his pants. If anyone would like to meet Subby, anyone is welcome to come over and visit with him. Since he is just starving for attention after being in a kennel type environment for a LONG time (arrived to a shelter last July), I feel he will be a pushy guy with other dogs even though he is good with dogs, thinking only animal (no cats) in home is best as he wants to be spoiled and the king!
For the month of April Happy Days Dog & Cat Rescue has a Spring Fling and fees are $75 for some dogs...Subby is one of them and I will be sponsoring his fee :) I love this guy, he is a lot of fun and I have been for sure getting in some exercise that I needed so happy he came into my life!
This is what the shelter said about this very friendly and gorgeous boy:
One look at this hammy boy and you'll fall in love! This goofy guy is Subs and he has sadly been at the shelter now for quite some time. We don't understand why though! Our sweet boy is always excited to see the people who are walking past his kennel and shows off how high he can jump in order to grab your attention! Subs is only about 2 years old and has lots of energy to spend on an active family! He did come into the shelter with another dog, so we think he should be fine with others. He'd love to go on runs, walks, and hikes with his very own humans. Subs was taken out of his kennel this past Thursday and showed off his big, sweet smile to everyone. Subs will need a strong leader because he is a strong boy. He will need someone who is consistent with basic obedience and training. Because of his high energy, he may not be suitable for young children, as he could knock them over in excitement! He's just dreaming of having a home (and maybe some pizza?) of his own!
Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue microchips all dogs and cats before adoption. Microchips are implanted between the shoulder blades and are another form of identification should the animal get lost. The microchips are registered to Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue. The adopter's information is added once the adoption is complete. The adopter is responsible for a $19.99/Year registration fee or a $69.00/Lifetime registration fee to change information. Dogs and Cats still need to have collar with tags should they get lost.
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