FLETCHER AB#19-060-1 – M, 10 Weeks

Foster dog name: FLETCHER

Gender: Male

Age: 10 weeks on May 20. Birthdate=3/11/2019

Size/Weight: 11 pounds on 5/10

Color: White and Black

Breed: Mother is an English Setter. Not sure about Dad, possibly pointer

Socialization/training: Knows sit. Has been around many adults, children and dogs.

Good with Children:  YES

Good with Dogs: YES

Good with Cats: Has not been exposed to any.

House trained: Will use puppy pads and will go as soon as let outside but formally housetrained.

Crate trained: YES. Sleeps in an open one at night.

Leash trained: NO

Activity Level:  Very playful, happy and loves being outside. Loves to play with other dogs. After exercise, will go back into crate and nap.

Fence: Since he is a puppy, it is great to have a fence to keep him contained but because of being young, can be trained to use an Invisible Fence.

Behavior: He is a sweet boy. Loves to run and play but also loves to snuggle and fall asleep in your lap.

Medical History: He has had two distemper shots and is scheduled for a third one and rabies at 12 weeks of age. He is also microchipped. He is also free of internal parasites. Is on heartworm prevention and Nexgard for fleas and ticks.

Foster Comments: Fletcher is a little bit taller than his brother Declan and a pound heavier. He seems to be a bit more adventurous than his brother and works doggie slide puzzles with ease. He is more white with black ears and a black spot on his head. He has many spots but more on his skin than coat right now. He and his brother love to play with each and snuggle into a ball to sleep. A joy to have around and brings so many smiles to everyone!

Adoption Fee: $395.00

Foster Location: Harrisburg, PA

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