QUICK FACTS: ✔️ Good with cats and other dogs! ✔️ Can free roam when alone! ✔️ Good in car! ✔️ Walks well on leash! ✔️ Good for beginner dog owner! ❌ No kids under 12!
lab Mix|male|11 years old|63 lbs|Adoption Fee $200
Updates from Foster Home:
Pupdate 1: Tucker gets up in the morning for breakfast and a potty break. Then, when I go to work, he is left to lounge on the couch all day (Oh, the life!) When I come home in the evening, he is ready for potty break and dinner. He then wants belly rubs and to chew a bone until I go to bed. Because of my resident cats who don’t like to share my bed, he sleeps in the living room. He is wonderful with adults! I think he would even be ok with children over 12 years old. He gets anxious, barks, and cries around a lot of activity. He was surrendered because he was showing progressively more aggression towards a toddler he lived with. Because of this, I have been very hesitant to let children pet him when we are in public. His surrendering owners said he did well with kids, just not living with one. But, Tucker loves to meet new people and soak up the attention!
Once he settled into his foster house, Tucker has been a total couch potato. He does enjoy a long walk. He would probably love space to run a bit, but at his age, he is slowing down. He is great with my cats. He barely even pays them any attention. He does well with other dogs when introduced properly. He was approach by a dog on a walk a few days ago. The dog ran up to us, and only wanted to play, but Tucker, being on a leash, was not impressed. When he has played with other dogs, he growls, but his body language says he is happy. He is just a vocal boy in general! He chewed an empty shoe box once, but otherwise, he has been wonderful when left to roam free. Tucker is a total sweetie! He is a vocal boy. He will tell you if he needs something by crying, yipping, or barking. He growls when he plays, but his body language is positive.