*loves to be active with both people and dogs
*will enjoy children over 10 years of age
*has some vision, hears just fine
*sleeps through the night
*has good recall
*will take hikes with people, appreciates a fenced yard
*likes to swim!
This is what Augie's foster mom has to say about Augie:
Augie is a very sweet and bright pup that continues to do well in his foster home. He is visually impaired, but can hear just fine. He gets around the house and yard easily, his visual impairment not hindering him at all.
He is now 7 months and growing at 47 pounds. Augie is neutered and up to date on all medical and takes Sentinel monthly for Heart worm and Flea Preventative.
Augie loves to be cuddled and he loves his toys but his happy place is in his pool. He loves to run and play outside and Augie can retrieve balls and discs. He has good recall and will come when called. He will then sit nicely for a treat. We feel that he would do great with an active family, even one with older children.
Augie loves walks, and is very happy when meeting people on his walks so is learning to be calmer on leash.
He loves other dogs! but as with any large puppy his energy can be overwhelming to some dogs.
He is still very curious of cats so a cat free home would be best for Augie.
Augie sleeps in an expen at night and when his family is away from home.
Augie sleeps all night with no complaining.
He is very energectic and loves outside play and walks.
A fenced in yard for Augie is required as he loves to run and play.
Could Augie be the right fit for your family?
Blind Dog Rescue Alliance has voted against the use of electric fencing effective immediately, Augie needs a hard fence.
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