RUDY AB#18-063 – M, 9 Months
Foster dog name: Rudy
Age: 9 months
Size/Weight: 60 lbs
Breed: Viszla/German Shorthair Pointer mix
Good with Children: yes
Good with Dogs:yes
Good with Cats:yes
Crate trained: not very well
Behavior: Cuddler, vecro dog, very playful and loving, loves toys and people, loves to walk and run, great with other dogs – definitely a pack dog. Has separation anxiety. Treating with medication now. Rudy is not a barker, is very submissive and not food aggressive at all.
Activity Level: very playful and energetic
Fence: Definitely needs a fence. 5’ preferable
Medical History: neutered, microchipped, on sedative for separation anxiety
Foster Comments: Rudy is an incredibly intelligent and playful pup. He is great with everyone he meets. He is trained – sit, stay, place, come etc…and catches on very quickly. At first, he did escape our fence, but we reinforced the bottom so that he could not squeeze out. We discovered he has separation anxiety and was trying to get to us. He is inquisitive and will pull at strings (rugs, towels, blankets) and unravel them. He loves chew toys and destroys most stuffies. He does great with kong balls, peanut butter stuffed bones. He sleeps with his dog brother, Hunter on the sofa at night and normally sleeps from 8-6. He would do best in an active home, preferably with another young dog, someone who can run him every day and be home most of the day. In the crate, he shakes, drools and whimpers. We have avoided it as much as possible because it has added to his anxiety. On medication, he is better when we leave for work (we are gone about 8 hours/day) he is submissive with other dogs. He is a big doll baby and just wants to be loved.
Adoption fee: $395.00
Foster Location: Pottstown, PA
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