Age: DOB Approx. 1/24/2014
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes, older due to rambunctiousness
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes, also does fine left out
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from a local animal control
Adoption Fee: $350.00
From the Foster: After some time with Enchilada I have found that he is a super sweet, loving pup who is always wanting to be doing something. Now that we are in a good rhythm with going outside to potty he hasn't had any accidents in a while. He can be rather rambunctious when playing, so I recommend a house with older children. Older children would be perfect for him and lots of them, because he has a ton of energy and could really use someone to get that out of him!! A 3 hour hike barely wore him down. He does well out by himself when we leave (as long food is not in his reach), but he will go in the kennel as well and at first he would whine a lot but now he goes in there good and is a good boy about it. He also is good with the cat (she just isn't a fan of him), and my other dog will snap at him occasionally and he will just give her the space. Over all he is very respectful of other animals. He is always wanting to play with her, so if he could find another dog that would be willing to play with him that would be a very good situation for him. He does not bark at all when someone knocks on the door or anything goes by, they only time he barks is if you have him outside and he can see you but not get to you, otherwise he will not bark. He has no problems sharing his food or toys either, .and he's great for baths, which is a huge plus. Over all Enchilada is a great pup and he will be a huge plus to any home.
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