RANGER AB#19 – 056- M, 1 1/2 Years

Foster dog name: Ranger

Gender: male-neutered

Age: 1.5 yrs (DOB 9-15-17)

Size/Weight: 40 lbs -prob ideal 43 lbs

Color: orange/white

Breed: English Setter

Socialization/training: very well socialized and friendly; walks pretty well on a leash; comes when called

Good with Children: very even toddlers

Good with Dogs: yes all dogs at foster home and all dogs he’s met in neighborhood on walks

Good with Cats: appears to be-there is a cat in foster home he is curious about and does not act aggressive toward

House trained: yes 

Crate trained: yes

Leash trained: yes

Activity Level:  playful and energetic but not overly so-typical 1.5 y o Setter

Fence:  A Fence is ideal altho if owner was an active walker or runner he’d get enough exercise without a yard BUT a yard with fence best situation. He is not an escape artist so normal height fences ok. Invisible fence only if potential owner would agree he would never be left out when they were gone. 

Behavior:  He is an affectionate and happy dog, likes toys and balls, listens well. Ranger is the total package!!!

Medical History: neutered and current on shots and preventatives; Ranger was well cared for prior to coming to rescue and given up by a hunting breeder due to Ranger being gun-shy. He still points and notices birds!

Foster Comments: Ranger is a sweetheart who will do best in a home that wants a dog that is a true part of the family.  He learns quickly and responds well to positive training!!! He is smart and beautiful and loving. Foster home has multiple dogs or he’d be staying there.

Adoption fee: $300.00

Foster Location:Durham, NC

Volunteer transport can be arranged in the Continental US within a 1,000 mile distance between adopters & foster home. Typically, we are able to transport your adopted dog to within 2 hours of your home. *Dogs can be adopted outside the 1000 mile transport distance; however, adopters must be willing to either fly their adopted dog, drive to a location within the 1000 mile transport range, or make independent transport arrangements for their adopted dog. Transports to far West states, from Eastern states, may have additional restriction