BLOKI AB#18-154 – M, 7 Years

Foster dog name: Bloki (pronounced as Blerki)

Gender: male

Age: 7 years

Size/Weight: 43 lbs

Color: tri-color

Breed: English Setter

Good with Children: yes, but nervous when loud 

Good with Dogs: yes

Good with Cats: yes

House trained: yes

Crate trained: no, is afraid to be kenneled

Leash trained: yes, but pulls

Behavior: Very social with people and animals.  Loves belly rubs and craves attention.  He is excited to go on car rides but does not travel well.  

Activity Level:   Very energetic and playful. Loves to engage people and dogs in play.  Loves to run.

Fence:   Fence required unless someone is willing to spend time running him.  Loves to run and play with person and/or dog.

Medical History: Has allergies.  Ears and skin can become irritated. Bloki is neutered, HW negative and on preventative, current on Rabies, Bordetella and neutered.

Foster Comments: Bloki is a delight to have.  He is an engaging dog and loves his stuffed toys.  He loves to get our Blue Tick to run and play.  He has been good with children and cats though he does get excited when cats are outside but just chases them.  He loves to chill on his bed or couch when inside.  He loves to sleep with his people.  Bloki will do best in a house that has someone around most of the time.  He is not alone much here at his foster home.  Bloki has had the companionship of another dog and that could be a factor in his settledness though he does have some separation issues.  He can be nervous around children when they get up in his face or are overly loud.  Bloki has never bitten anyone here nor have I been made to feel that he would do so. 

Adoption fee: $250.00

Foster Location: Duncannon, PA

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