(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Good with kids,
Good with dogs,
Spayed or Neutered,
Meet Toby, our St Bernard, Anatolian Shepherd and probably labrador mix young dog. He's relatively large and behaves like a big friendly guard/livestock dog but is only 70lbs.
Here is an adoption profile link to a larger selection of photos. If you are on petfinder or adoptapet, you may only be seeing a few of his photos.https://petlover.petstablished.com/pets/share/1637235https://www.wagtopia.com/search/pet?id=1637235&name=Toby
He is truly a once-in-a-lifetime type of dog. Holder of the coveted but sensationally elusive squirrel killer award (it was a pretty dumb squirrel to be honest). *Toby is currently on an Oregon roadtrip with his foster dad and is eligable for adoption in Oregon. He is currently near Newport, OR.
Toby is a friendly, playful and very affectionate 2-year-old pup. Toby is your typical mountain pup, he is big, he can be loud but he is also well-behaved. He is in a foster home with the founder of the rescue. Toby is happy to live, hang out, play and go on walks with other dogs. He will literally chew on the same toy at the same time as another dog. Toby also knows how to use a pillow like a human. Toby seems well aware of his size and tends to avoid jumping on people unless encouraged, but even then, he does so gently.
Toby has been around small children without any issues, he's happy to vacuum up all of the dropped food. Toby also went on a roadtrip and got to visit white sands national park, he said it was like snow but warm and not edible. Toby would get to a campsite with his foster, go wander around a place he has never been before for 45 minutes (usually covering 2 or 3 miles) and then show back up at the campsite, in the pitch black. He can wander long distances and never seems to get lost, he once lost his foster dad in a forest outside of Santa Cruz, CA. When his dad hiked the 2 miles back to the car, guess who was waiting next to the car. He likes to bark at cows but he runs away from them if they turn towards him. He may have been an outdoor livestock dog at some point but he much prefers soft beds and pillows these days. He can also sleep on a rock when the time calls for it. Toby is patient with other dogs and does not resource guard.
Here is a video of Toby:https://youtube.com/shorts/PI6H-XSV_Xkhttps://youtu.be/x1xPY8SMHmIhttps://youtube.com/shorts/sxJ3YUF-VTIhttps://youtu.be/8pCzpRlzjZshttps://youtu.be/taYc83d26Ichttps://youtu.be/2K8zo-OLQe4https://youtu.be/_BE_jYzJh6chttps://youtu.be/aNEXxgw_4jQ
Toby was picked up as a stray and we don't know anything about his past. However, he was a favorite of the shelter staff in Oklahoma.
Toby is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped, ready for his new Colorado home and lifestyle. He is around 2 years old and weighs 70lbs. His adoption fee is $450.
Toby knows just how miraculous a turn his life has taken when he was picked out by Havok’s Wolfpack and he is determined to live his new life to the fullest in the most playful and adventurous way, hopefully, with you.
If you are interested in adopting Toby, please submit an adoption application here: www.havokswolfpack.com/adopt
If your application is approved, we will contact you promptly.