SULLY AB#19 – 209 – M, 7 Years
Foster dog name: Sully
Gender: Male Neutered
Age: 6-8 years
Color: Black and white
Breed: English Setter mix
Good with Children: Unknown
Good with Dogs: Mostly, but will resource guard. Recommended as an only dog or another large easy going dog in home.
Good with Cats: NO. NO CATS, BUNNIES, BIRDS, anything that squeaks!
House trained: Doing well, no accidents but not left uncrated when foster leaves the home.
Crate trained: yes
Leash trained: Doing well
Behavior: Very sweet boy, loves squeaky toys more than food, belly rubs occasionally. Likes to be on his bed with his toy and with person in the room with him. Smart and trainable.
Activity Level: Low energy, wants to go out and potty and come back inside with toys. No countersurfing, not destructive except the occasional toy.
Fence: He is a rare setter and doesn’t like to run. Should be fine with walks, might be good in an apartment but will bark a little when left. Due to prey drive invisible fence might not work. Will go over a 3’ x-pen in search of Mom.
Medical History: heartworm treated, has previously broken a few teeth. Mild skin allergies. Current on vaccines, neutered and microchipped.
Foster Comments: Easy keeper, but has some limitations and can be resource guarding from the other dogs. Sweet with people and able to meet and greet other dogs and 99% of the time does well with them in the home. . Does not like intact male dogs. Would not place with small dogs.
Dog Location: Texas
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