(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
FAST FACTS:*1 Year Old, 45 Pounds, Non-Shedding*Sweet, Loving, Quiet, Gentle*Medium-to-High Energy*People Friendly (kids =5 years because he could knock over little ones)*Dog Friendly*Cat Friendly*Working on Potty Training *Crate Trained*Training RequiredBIO:Hi everyone, I'm Denver, and I'm a survivor. Before I arrived at the FTF Hut, Animal Rescue Corps saved me and 60 other pooches from a cruel and neglectful large-scale breeding operation. All of us were kept on chains, with very limited access to people, food, or water. Since I had no exposure to the outside world, almost everything is new to me-and sometimes a bit scary. So I'm looking for a patient person/family to love me and help me adapt to life beyond a dark, cramped kennel.Here are some things the Hut volunteers have learned about me. First, despite my previous circumstances, I'm very sweet and kind. I've already been on a field trip, and while I was afraid to get in the car, once in, I sat or stood quietly, watching my surroundings. I walked well on a leash and didn't even pull when I saw squirrels! Inside the Hut, I keep the volunteers working with me in my sight all of the time, slowly but surely warming up to them. I'm not yet interested in toys, but I really enjoy playing with the other dogs-something I never had a chance to do before. As for the basics, I don't have the hang of potty training yet, but thanks to a routine, I'm learning. Being in a crate isn't my favorite thing and makes me a little anxious, but I settle down pretty quickly. The only requirement for my adoption, as for all young FTF pups, is that you sign us up for training classes. Training will really help build my confidence and show you what a good and smart boy I am!I'm told having a forever home is the best thing any dog can have. Could that home be yours? I sure hope so, and that you'll fill out an adoption application and come and meet me. Until then....Love and licks,DenverIf you'd like to adopt this dog, please get started by filling out a complete application (incomplete submissions cannot be sent.) Please note that while we take time to learn as much as we can about each dog in our care as possible, our bios are written from current observations. Though we do our best to share as much information as possible about each dog we care for, we are unable to make any guarantees on the future health or temperament of your adopted dog. Most dogs in our care come with unknown pre-rescue history, and information pertaining to breed and age are often educated guesses.