I am already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Meet Bozo! Bozo is a sweet, loving, compact little 30lbs. boy, who is a little over 1 year old. He is a mixed breed, black and tan Sato who is as goofy as his name suggests. He is learning his name and the ropes of dog life out of a crate.
He is mostly potty trained but needs a little attention to reinforce these good behaviors. He walks on a leash very well and will only get better with more reinforcement. He is crated while we are out of the house and he sleeps through the night on the floor. He also does very well on car rides.
Bozo has moved a few times in his short life. He was brought up from a Sato rescue in Puerto Rico but was not doing well in a shelter setting so he is now being fostered in a home that includes two female dogs and a cat.
He loves his foster sisters and is doing very well with his cat foster sister although he is still a bit confused by her. He has no aggression towards dogs of different sizes, boys or girls, or the cat (even though he does bark at her at times). He has a lot of fun playing with the dogs and may be best in a home where he will have an older brother or sister dog to show him how fun everything is and good dog manners.
He would be best in a home with another dog, where he will get enough exercise to keep him distracted from his docked tail and his past. Although he has not been tested with children, we believe he would do great with them if they are old enough to understand not grabbing at his tail.
Bozo is excited to find his forever home and hopes to have a big brother or sister, is that with you?
If you are interested in finding out more about Bozo, please fill out an application.
Bozo is being fostered in Barre, MA.
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Visual breed identification in dogs is unreliable, so for most of the dogs we are only guessing at predominant breed or breed mix. We get to know each dog as an individual and will do our best to describe each of our dogs based on personality, not by breed label.
We expect that all adopted dogs will enroll in a formal dog training class with their new owners. Obedience and training classes are an excellent way to learn more about your newly adopted dog, gain handling and training experience, and improve your relationship with your pet.