Vlady is a big, handsome 4-year-old lab chow mix who desperately needs to get out of the boarding facility and into a foster home or ideally a forever home! He would love to join a family that is active and will delight in having him along for their active and outdoor lifestyle! Vladdy is a big impressive boy, and is sometimes unaware of his own size, so we recommend that he go to a home without children. He gets along great with adults, dogs and cats. Once his obedience and respect has been earned, both you and Vladdy will love the feeling of being a "unit". He is a great companion. Vladdy does have some resource guarding issues so will need to be with an owner that is comfortable working with that. Trainer assessments can be provided upon request. W hen he is connected with the right family, we believe Vladdy will be a very rewarding of an addition!
What we love about Vladdy? He is energetic, eager to please, walks great on a leash, and LOVES to do his commands. Even just sit, stay, come, heel makes him SO happy. This boy wants a job so bad!
What Vladdy needs to work on? Vladdy is a proud and confident fellow, and therefore needs a dog-savvy owner who is confident and consistent about setting rules and boundaries, to include working on resource guarding with food/treats/toys.
Adoption Info: Vladdy's fee of $375 covers his neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordatella, Deworm, Grooming and Microchip, and ongoing training. This reduced adoption fee is firm.
If you are interested in Vladdy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org! Please note: Vladdy's adoption will be subject to a trial period with Ginger's Pet Rescue reserving the right to take him back within 14 days if the home is not deemed suitable for Vladdy's special needs.
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