Meet Arnold, a sweet, 2 year old Rottweiler/Beagle mix (truly a best guess)! Arnold is a shy at first, which is understandable given his life prior to coming to PetConnect was as an outdoor dog. He is currently in foster care where he is learning house manners and discovering how wonderful life can be. Most importantly, he is learning how to trust humans. He is still figuring out sights and sounds, such as the television and cuckoo clock. He is good with other dogs and will require another dog in his forever home to help him with his confidence. He is good with kids, but due to his shy nature, is best with older, calm children, thus will need a home with no children under the age of 10. He is a very sweet-natured boy who will require an adopter who understands that Arnold will need time to warm up to his new surroundings. He is coming along beautifully with his house manners, is house trained, neutered, up-to-date on vaccines and preventatives and eager to find a family to love!
***Please note that our first step in approving adoption applicants is to complete a vet check. Vetting of current and past pets is very important to us, thus we will be speaking withâ the vet(s) listed on your application to ensureâ that your âcurrent and previous âpet(s) are kept up to date on vaccinesâ (includingâ rabiesâ)â, spayed or neutered, âmaintained on appropriate monthly preventatives and âexamined annually by your vet.***
To complete an online application, please click here then email France at FBognon@petconnectrescue.org.
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