FALCOR AB#19-70- M, 1 Year
Age: 1 Year (just had his birthday! 4/13/2019)
Size/Weight: 51 pounds
Color: White with black ticking
Breed: English Setter Blend
Good with Children: HE IS FINE WITH CHILDREN AND LOVES TO PLAY WITH THEM IN THE YARD. HE HAS FUN WHEN THEY THROW A BALL OR STICK FOR HIM TO GE
Good with Dogs: Yes. HE LOVES TO PLAY TUG AND CHASE WITH OTHER DOGS. HE WILL PLAY CONSTANTLY AND IS SO MUCH FUN TO WATCH
Good with Cats: No. HIS PREVIOUS OWNER HAD A CAT AND THERE WERE SOME PROBLEMS WITH HIM AND THE CAT SO IT WOULD BE BEST IF THERE WERE NO CATS.
House trained: YES, AND HE CAN BE LEFT ALONE IN THE HOUSE, LOOSE WITH NO PROBLEMS.
Crate trained: HE WILL GO RIGHT INTO HIS CRATE AT NIGHT WITH A TREAT AND NOT A PEEP OUT OF HIM UNTIL HE IS LET OUT THE NEXT MORNING.
Leash trained: STILL NEEDS WORK DUE TO LACK OF WALKS
Behavior: HE IS VERY PLAYFUL BUT ALSO CALM AND LAID BACK. HE LOVES TO GET UP ONTO YOUR LAP AND GIVE KISSES AND HUGS AND REST HIS HEAD ON YOUR SHOULDER. HE PICKS UP DAILY ROUTINES QUICKLY. HE HAS NO FOOD, TOY OR TREAT AGRESSION. DID FINE AT THE VET FOR CHECKUP AND VACCINES. LOVES TO BE OUTSIDE IN THE YARD SO A FENCE WOULD BE GOOD FOR HIM. LIKES TO EAT ICE CUBES. VERY HAPPY, LOVING, SWEET BOY.
Activity Level: HE IS VERY PLAYFUL BUT ALSO CALM AND LAID BACK
Medical History: HE IS UP TO DATE ON VACCINES INCLUDING LYMES, NEUTERED AND MICRO CHIPPED. HE MAY HAVE SOME ALLERGY ISSUES BUT IS BEING CONTROLLED BY GIVING HIM ZYRTEC DAILY WHICH HE EASILY TAKES WRAPPED IN CHEES
Foster Comments: I DON’T BELIEVE HE WAS SOCIALIZED MUCH BECAUSE OF THE WAY HE SEES SO MANY THINGS AS NEW. HE WILL BARK WHEN HE SEES A DOG OR PERSON ON A WALK BUT IS FINE WHEN THEY MEET. I USE AN EASY WALK HARNESS ON HIM AND HE WILL PULL BUT I THINK IT IS DUE TO NOT BEING WALKED.Adoption Fee: $300.00
Adoption Fee: $300.00
Foster Location: Lititz, PA
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