French Bulldog/Boston Terrier Mix|Male|3 years old|20 lbs|Adoption Fee $275
Petey is a tiny bundle of cuteness!
Updates from Foster Home:
Pupdate 3: Petey is a fan of cooler summer days and lounging in the back yard. He spends a lot of time sniffing around and would love a fenced-in yard and a family home. He had a walk today where he passed many work trucks and the people outside of them. He got a little excited and very alert but didn't bark at them. Progress. :)
Pupdate 2: Petey's super funny and sweet with our personal dog. They tear around the yard at 100 miles an hour, rolling, smiling and just having fun.
He ignores our cat. Petey listens well when there aren't distractions around, and he's getting better about listening when there are distractions around. Distractions can be anything and everything, and includes new people, new dogs, bicycles or cars. He is 100% housebroken. I can say his name from anywhere in the house and he'll come running to me - unless it's kennel time, then he walks super slowly. 😉
He really enjoys spending time in my lap, but while we're working through some reactivity issues, he's not getting that privilege.
Petey is going to need a mature home with owners who have experience with dog reactivity.
Pupdate 1: Petey is a sweet, energetic boy. During the time Petey has been with us, we've discovered what a quick learner he is and what a blast he can be. Petey certainly has his quirks, so he needs an owner with a warm but firm demeanor. Petey enjoys taking baths, playing fetch (still learning to drop the ball), and cuddling. He is independent and can be trusted to free roam when left home alone, but is also a loyal companion who will almost always want to sit on your lap. Petey loves to play and can even entertain himself by throwing his toy in the air and running back and forth with it! Petey also has a set of lungs on him. If he sees another dog while he is on leash, he will let the whole neighborhood know. It's a good thing they all think he is so cute. Petey's working on this and is making major strides with some new strategies he learned from Sit Means Sit dog training! Petey would prefer a home without children.