Squeaky toys, tennis balls, and other dogs are his most favorite things. He also likes to chase frisbees. Be sure to check out his hilarious frisbee chasing video below. He is entranced by the cats (via the baby gate) but hasn't shown any aggression. When you say the word "kennel" he races to his kennel and waits for a treat and praise. He would do best in a home without small children as he can doesn't seem to know his size. Like a big baby Huey (old-school cartoon)! He can sit on demand but is still learning other proper manners (super quick study). Obedience classes are always recommended when adopting a puppy as it helps you both learn, grow, and bond together.
If you are looking for a love bug that is crate trained, gets along with other dogs, doesn't eat poop, and is a barrel of laughs, then Bobo is your boy! He is ready for adoption and would love nothing more than to spend his first Christmas in a loving, forever home. Please don't hesitate to inquire about or plan to meet Bobo. He is sharp as a tack and cute as a bug! YouTube video of Bobo trying to catch a grounded frisbee: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3GIJZwtABs
Our adoption fee is a $200.00 donation to Pup Squad Animal Rescue. Our adopted dogs are all spayed/neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. If you are interested in adoption, please go to www.pupsquad.org/adopt to read more about our policies and find our application. Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the online form.
We are happy to transport our dogs out-of-state as we have lots of experience doing this and love to see our dogs to the best homes possible! We will assist with the whole process to getting your new pet to you. Feel free to email us regarding availability or any other questions. Please remember all breed estimates are just that...estimations based on our experience.
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