Spain is a beautiful puppy, with a pair of bright witty eyes. He is calm, mellow, and well behaved for a puppy at this young age. He is gentle and mellow by nature, does not have food aggression against other dogs or humans. He loves to hang out with his doggie play pals at the park. He’s a little shy and reserved toward strangers, but is affectionate and cuddly with people he’s familiar with.
About Spain’s rescue:
Spain was rescued along with his litter mates when a rescuer came across them while feeding a stray pack. Spain and his litter mates were found in a filthy small cage covered in feces and urine; they were so emaciated and all suffered severe skin infection. The owner of their mother had no intention to keep the young pups; thankfully the rescuer was able to negotiate and get them out of that nightmare. All the puppies were rushed to the vet for treatment. Spain is one of the lucky puppies; he has gotten a clean bill of health and is ready for a forever home.
Now under loving care in his foster home, Spain is very playful and lively. We’re looking for a family that understands the responsibilities of raising a puppy. Please open your heart to welcome Spain to join your family, where he can have a safe and happy dog life!
Please watch Spain’s YouTube videos below:
Follow the commands well
Good with kids
Good with strangers
Has no food aggression toward human
Has no food aggression with cats (Good with cat)
Has no food aggression with other dog
Good with other dogs
At foster home
Walk well on leash.
Energy level: Medium
Ideal home environment: Quiet or Active: Both
Is the dog good with strangers: Friendly
The dog is best with children of what age group? Any age group
Is the dog good with other dogs? Small dogs – Yes Big dogs – Yes
Is the dog good with cats? yes
Good on leash? yes
How is the dog with men? friendly
Food aggression with people? no
Food aggression with dogs? no
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? no
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