Foster Dog Profile
Foster start and end date: 11/11/16-Present
1. What type of food did the dog prefer and what was their eating style?
Dry with a bit of water, grazer
2. Was the dog around kids? If so, what ages were the kids, and what was the dog''s reaction
Closely monitored around some kids, seemed just fine.
3. Was the dog around cats? If so, what was the dog''s reaction?
No cat interaction
4. Was the dog around other dogs? If so, what types of dogs (size/sex/age), and what was the dog''s reaction?
Very picky with the dogs he is around. Tries to steal other dog''s food even if his bowl is full. Has shown signs of agression when other dogs invade his space. Seems to be ok with smaller, calmer dogs. Seems to Prefer females.
5. Describe the dog''s house training level (perfect, so-so, needs work).
6. How often did you take the dog outside, for potty breaks and for longer walks?
Outside about 4 times a day, he can''t do longer walks
7. Describe the dog''s behavior on a leash.
8. If you crated the dog, describe the dog''s behavior to and in the crate.
He does not like the crate at all. Won''t settle down. But doesn''t mind being confined to a small room
9. Was the dog vocal, quiet, or in between?
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Very sweet old man and a total love bug!
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