found a new home!
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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Doc looks like a mostly-Boxer blend with a hint of pit mixed in. He is a really handsome dog!
Doc is extremely affectionate and is happiest when he is curled up next to someone on a couch or a chair. He's about 65 pounds of solid muscle and is kind of clumsy, so probably wouldn't be a good fit for an elderly person with poor balance. He gets along well with other dogs, especially females, and although he's usually the one to initiate a play session, he's the first to submit and roll over on his back.
He barks when the doorbell rings (which is what your dog is supposed to do!) and when he senses danger, but is generally a quiet dog who doesn't chime in when the neighborhood dogs are barking. He can be randomly protective of his food around other dogs, but humans can take food or bones away from him at any time.
Doc is a very clean fellow -- fairly odorless and he doesn't shed. He loves to go for long walks and generally pulls on the leash for the first couple of blocks releasing pent up energy.
Doc, however, is extremely gentle with children. He lets kids sit on him and tug on him or hug him. I think that he'd be ideal for a family with young kids with lots of activity around the house to provide him both physical and mental stimulation.
If kept partially outdoors, he definitely needs a fenced in yard as he likes to roam if unconfined. He always comes back, though, but on his terms.
Doc truly is a sweet and loveable dog, but is definitely not good with kitties, although small dogs don't seem to entice his prey drive . . . cats, rabbits, lizards, birds and the like set him off. He's jumped right through a screen door chasing a lizard and remembers every yard on a walk in which he's at some point seen a rabbit. So, a family with hamsters, guinea pigs or other small rodents is not recommended.
To meet this lovely fellow and the other doggies I have for adoption, please call 858-391-1037 or email firstname.lastname@example.org