I am already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, and good with dogs.
Meet Finn. Let’s start with his story because it is a bit of a tear jerker. If you made it this far to read his bio, you have most likely seen his photo. To start things off, Finn was found in his backyard, tied to a pole, dirty, emaciated, cowering, and traumatized with clear signs of physical abuse. Looking closely at his muzzle, notice the horizontal marks that traverse the bridge of his nose. Those are scars from having his muzzle tied shut with string and tape. His previous owners decided that Finn should be left to die by himself, bound, starved and tortured.
Luckily, he was found in time and immediately brought to the shelter where he was nursed back to health. The veterinarian made sure he had all of his shots, vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. He is now living with a foster family. They are teaching him the in’s and out’s of living inside a home.
Finn is a precious, adorable 50-pound male / Blue and White Staffie mix. Upon meeting new people, he is a bit timid, because of his past dealings with humans. He gets along with all other dogs. Slow introductions to new people are necessary as he does become scared. Once he does warm up to you he is the most loving, sweet dog.
He would do best in a calm home environment with a Staffie Savy Owner or someone who understands that Finn does come from a very abusive home and needs time to decompress. Everything is new to Finn, as he lived outside for the last year.
He is now housetrained. He is very smart. He knows all of his basic commands. He is playful, affectionate, energetic and a happy go lucky sweet boy.
You can also catch Finn zipping around the yard playing with his toys. Finn also loves the human touch. He will roll over for belly rubs and kisses.
If you are interested in learning more about Finn, let us know. This doll deserves a second chance at love and a new home.
He needs someone who understands Staffies and someone who understands a dog who has been traumatized. He does best when he has a crate and needs a slow introduction to any new person.