16 Nov 2016: Basic information Enoch is a male unaltered three year old american pitbull terrier. Owner surrendered due to moving. He does not have any injuries or health problems that were known to the owner. Socialization Around strangers, Enoch is outgoing by sniffing and jumps if very excited. He has lived with an 8 year old and a 4 year old. While living with the children he is relaxed and playful with them. He lets the 4 year old jump on him and touches his face. When playing, he shows gentle behavior and rolls around when playing. When playing with the children he is gentle and lets them play with him. He has never lived with any other dogs but does well in dog parks. He has never been around cats. There is no biting history of a person or animal. Behavior Owner stated he is anxious when left alone for too long and has destroyed furniture before. He isn’t bothered with storms or fireworks. He isn’t bothered when you touch the food bowl, take a bone away, and take a toy away. He isn’t allowed on the furniture and has never been on any furniture. He isn’t bothered when holding or restraining, disturbed while sleeping. When given a bath he struggles in the tub but is fine while in the yard. He struggles when trimming nails by pulling his paws back. He barks to unfamiliar approaches to the yard. For the new family to know Owner described him as friendly, affectionate to certain strangers, playful, confident, pushy, mellow, excitable, and anxious. His activity level is high and his favorite activities are wrestling. When owner is home he tends to follow you around. He isn’t very interested in toys but likes chew bones. He has been kept outdoors when owner was gone and kept indoors when owner is home. His favorite treats are milk bones. He is not house trained and has a few accidents a week. When left alone in the yard he does dig. He was crate trained and but didn’t do well. Only command he knows is come when called. He likes to play in the yard and likes long walks. On leash, he pulls lightly and off leash he will wander but call when called. Behavior upon intake He was friendly and outgoing jumped lightly on counselor
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