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I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Griffin made the transition from outdoor street-dog to pampered indoor, family member with amazing ease. He had no trouble with housetraining and he adapted quickly to unfamiliar household sounds like vacuum cleaners and hair dryers. He now prefers to spend his time enjoying the air conditioning and the attention of his foster family and he loves to help his foster mom on the computer. He also likes to sit by the sliding glass door and watch all the action on the lake, but has no interest in once again becoming an outdoor boy.
Griffin gets along well with the other dogs at his foster home and particularly enjoys playing with the smaller of the two, helping her hunt for chipmunks and squirrels and playing games of chase. He is learning about stuffed toys and squeaky toys and will even chase a tennis ball on occasion. He is not a particularly chatty boy, though he does consider it his job to tell off the noisy power boats and jet skis and will chastise any loud trucks that pass by.
Griffin is a petite collie (about 50 pounds) and is very gentle and polite. He is somewhat shy around strangers, but as soon as he gets to know you, he becomes very friendly. He has not been exposed to children at his foster home, but because of his gentle, easy going manner, he would almost certainly be good with kids, even younger ones. He has not been cat-tested so we don’t know how he would react to kitties.
In addition to his sun burned coat, Griffin came to us with a case of hook worm for which he is being treated. By mid August his treatment will be complete and he will be good to go.
Griffin will fit easily into almost any household. He is young, but not excessively active; he is friendly but not needy; and he is playful but also happy to settle down for a good cuddle. This happy, loving, well behaved boy is ready to become someone’s lifetime companion. Is that someone you?