Komet is a 10 month old, 15 pound Pug puppy that we pulled out of the Downey Shelter. He entered as a stray so we have no back history on him. He is currently in foster care and after a week has made very good progress. Komet has learned his name, what 'no' means, how to sit and use the doggie door all in one weeks time. He is absolutely adorable to say the least; a beautifully bred Pug with no issues or health problems. He is learning the rules of the house and is being kept on a strict routine and is improving everyday. He is not housebroken yet but he is coming along great. He crates well at night with no accidents and has a regular routine that he keeps to during the day and accidents are minimal with the occasional 'marking episode' that slips by me. We are using a belly band. He has really good energy and plays constantly with another dog in his foster home just about all day long. He loves to go for walks and rides very well crated in the car. We are looking for Pug experienced people as this breed is high maintenance with the potential for skin issues, allergies and eye problems. No out of state, we have plenty of local interest. We just love this little guy and want the best home for him. We are looking for Pug savvy people and another dog in the home for him to play with. As we learn more about Komet we will update his bio. (Posted 11/6/16)
Komet is in foster care and can be seen at our Saturday adoption event from 11am - 3pm at Creative Pet Supply -305 North Harbor Blvd. San Pedro, CA 90731. Please submit an application of interest first and read our adoption process link. Please, do not call the Pet Supply Store. For a rapid response please contact us via e-mail at: email@example.com
Komet - Male, Pug, DOB 1/1/2016, neutered, 15 lbs, current on all vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, kids over 7 please, good with other dogs, no out of state or out of area, not housebroken, needs another dog
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