Tag No: 6021
Registered Name: None
Breed: German Shepherd, American Staffordshire Terrier, Golden Retriever, Shiba Inu Mix
Date of Birth: Approx June 2015
Cat Trainable: No
Dog Friendly: Unknown
Kid Friendly: Unknown
Location: Woodinville, WA (Kennel)
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Comments: Tiger is a fun, fun boy!!! He came to us from South Korea as a Greyhound mix. DNA testing showed that he is German Shepherd, Staffordshire Terrier, Golden Retriever and Shiba Inu. Oops – what happened to the greyhound? We can definitely see the Golden Retriever in this boy – he has that fun loving, playful side. He absolutely loves people!! He can be very enthusiastic at first and we are working on his greeting skills. Once Tiger gets over his initial excitement he is very loving and quite calm. He has more energy and endurance than your average greyhound. He is smart and learns quickly. He walks well on leash and rides well in the car. He loves to play ball. Tiger may need to be an only dog, but we are going to test him with some laid back females and see how he does. He should not be in a home with other male dogs. We suspect that Tiger was mishandled somewhere in his past and does not always like men and may growl. Tiger is a love and will just make you smile. He will need a home without cats.
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