* Male Miniature Poodle mix
* Approximately 5 years old
* Approximately 9 lbs.
* House trained
* Crate trained
* Okay with other dogs, not sure
* No children
* Adoption fee: $450
All dogs with PUP are in private foster homes so we can provide our potential adopters the most current information available.
Health: Scooter has been neutered and microchipped. He is current on his DHPP, Bordetella, and Rabies. He has been wormed and flea treated.
History: Scooter comes from a local Washington shelter. PUP was asked to help and we are happy to help him find his forever home!
Notes from Scooter's Foster Home:
Scooter is an adorable little dog. He loves his people and can spend hours snuggled up to you. He is currently living in a home with 3 resident dogs (2 Doxie/Chi mixes and 1 GSD mix). He has taught the resident GSD mix to give him space. He prefers not to have a nose in his face when he’s just hanging out in the house. Once the boundary was set, Scooter and his GSD friend will play. It’s pretty cute to see a GSD get down on the ground to play with a little Poodle. He responds well to a calm yet firm correction from his person as he wants to please his person. Scooter is fully house trained and crate trained and loves to go for walks. He doesn’t pull on his leash at all. Because Scooter came from a chaotic environment that served as a daycare, we’d really like to find him a calmer environment where he can get the attention all dogs deserve.
Note: The above description reflects the behavior we have observed in the dog's foster home. Although PUP provides adopters up to the minute information on our dogs, we cannot guarantee they will behave in the same manner in a different environment with new owners.
Adoption: If you think you have room in your home and heart for this dog and you reside within Washington State, please go to our Adoption Information page. There you will find more information and be able to fill out an adoption application.
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