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Available for Adoption
Good with kids?: Maybe
Good with dogs?: Yes
Good with cats?: Maybe
House trained?: Yes
Crate trained?: Unknown
Age: 7 Years
Weight: 93 Pounds
Adoption Contribution: 200.00
Moses is a lover! He is a big, handsome guy who adores people and greets everyone with tail wagging. He loves to cuddle, is very affectionate, and likes to have his long collie nose rubbed! He will push his head up against you for petting.
Moses likes to play; with toys and with other dogs. He does a lot of play bowing and tail wagging to entice other dogs to play with him. He has done very well with the kids he has met and we think he would be fine in a home with kids. Moses has good house manners, knows some obedience commands and is working on learning some more. He is very food and treat motivated! He is working on his leash manners, as he pulls a bit, but he loves to go for walks! Even though he is older, Moses is an active dog who will not be happy just laying around.
Moses foster describes him as a bit of a velcro dog. He is a constant shadow and loves to lay at your feet. If you move, he’s up right away to follow. He has a little separation anxiety and will whine when left alone, but he does calm down after a little bit. He may get over his anxiety once he is settled into a stable, permanent home. He has been through a lot of upsetting changes. Moses is afraid to use the indoor carpeted stairs, though he is ok with the outdoor stairs.
Moses will be groomed and will have a dental before being adopted.
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Where Are Our Dogs Located?
Our dogs live in foster homes throughout Ohio, lower Michigan and the cities of Pittsburgh and Chicago.
The first step in the adoption process is to submit an application after consideration and agreement with the AHDRO policies and guidelines. The adoption team will review your application and contact your veterinarian to verify that your current pets are up to date on vaccinations, heartworm testing and on monthly heartworm preventative. A telephone interview will then be completed and a home visit set up.
Once all of these steps have progressed positively, your family will be scheduled to meet the potential pet at the foster home. This allows time to visit, evaluate and have any questions answered. The adoption donation will be due, should you choose to move forward at this time. These steps are intended to ensure the best match for your family and for the dog.
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