Blitzen is a male puppy currently fostered in TAMPA, FLORIDA. Born December 16, 2016.
Mother is a border collie mix; father is unknown, but from the "lab mix" look of the puppies, it is likely he was a lab or lab mix. Puppies will probably be 40 to 50 pounds when full grown.
The mother was pregnant when she was pulled from a shelter. Ten healthy puppies were born in the foster home.
Blitzen loves toys and playing in the baby pool. He can be cautious with new people and in new situations, but he is a happy, affectionate puppy. He is currently learning a lot of new things: house training, crate training, leash walking, and other basic "good dog" behaviors. He likes to play with other dogs, and he has met and played well with older children. He has not been tested with children under 10 or with cats.
Blitzen can go home with a spay/neuter contract -- when he is altered at 6 months of age and proof is submitted, $50 of the adoption donation can be refunded to the adopter.
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