I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Dale came to Diamond Dogs Rescue from another rescue organization who saved him. When that rescue had to close their operation because its founder was seriously ill our team went to work to help by taking two of her dogs - Chip and Dale.
Dale is beiing fostered in Mass, his photos do him no justice, he ia a very handsome, very sweet boy. Can be shy when he first meets people but, within a short time, he is loving and seeking attention. He would best fit a home with adult children and kids 10 and up who are respectful of him and his initial shyness.
These brothers had been rescued when they were only three months old and should have been adopted quickly. We don't know why that did not happen because both brothers were as cute as can be and good pups! Likely the health issues of the rescues owner did not allow for proper networking. In any case, both boys were transported to our foster in PA and became Diamond Dogs.
Dales brother was adopted, and now we are hoping for the same "happy ever after" for him. He's a sweet, happy go lucky boy that loves to play. He has good energy which is typical for a dog of his age. He is crate trained. He is current on all vaccines and has been neutered. He is a perfect medium sized dog that will make someone a good pet.