Location: San Diego, CA, 92120
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed: Black Mouth Cur
Color/Coat Type: Fawn and black, medium to short
Size: 50-60 lbs
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: Wary of strangers. Need to be carefully introduced to company.
Vivian and Amos is:
Spayed, Neutered, Microchipped, Fully vaccinated, Crate Trained, House Broken, Leash Trained, Obedience Trained
Vivian and Amos gets along with:
Babies, Older Children, Dogs
Vivian and Amos are a bonded pair of Black Mouth Curs. Thought to be mother and pup, aged around 8 and 6, 60 and 50 pounds. They love to cuddle- with each other and people that they are familiar with. They enjoy daily walks and time to play outside, though they prefer the company of their owners to being alone out of doors. Calm baths and brushes are a favorite, as are performing “tricks” to please.
Vivian and Amos are loyal and protective rescues, therefore, wary of strangers. A formal introduction is recommended when bringing someone new into the home. Though happy to be loved on by known children, small children are not recommended as Vivian can get excited when playing and “pounce” or bat.
They are up to date on all shots and vaccinations, micro chipped with paperwork. They prefer to sleep together in their crate or on the floor at the foot of the bed.
Crate, toys, dishes, brushes, electric fence, and barking collars (we have a newborn) are theirs to keep. We love the dogs and are looking for owners excited to take them in as part of their family pack.
I have a newborn. Both dogs are friendly but unpedictable with pawing and “pouncing” during play. I cannot have my dogs and child interact until my child is 5.
If you would like to consider offering Vivian and Amos a loving, forever home, please fill out our Request To Meet A Pet form here:
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