tug

QUICK FACTS: ✔️ Good with other dogs! ✔️ Walks well on leash! ✔️ House trained! ✔️Good for beginner dog owner!

rottweiler Mix|male|7 month old|45 lbs|Adoption Fee $375


Updates from Foster Home: 

Pupdate 1: Hi, my name is Tug, but I sometimes go by Mr. Tug, Tuggy, or Tugboat. I’m a silly guy that is looking for my furever home. I recently moved up from Texas and am loving the snow. I try to catch it when it is snowing and when my foster parents aren’t looking, I try to eat it. It‘s so tasty. My foster parents have a lot of toys. They try to put them in a container, but I help them by bringing them back out to play with so we can all have fun with them.

 I’ve got a new foster brother that is great. I’m learning to leave him alone when he doesn’t want to play and doing a pretty good job at reading his signals. I am still a young pup, so I do have some puppy energy. As a long as I can go on a walk or can play in the back yard for a little while, I usually settle down to take naps when my foster family is away or just hanging around the house. I do still like to follow them around to see what they are doing. Speaking of naps, I’m able to take one long nap overnight in a dog bed next to their bed while they take their long nap.

 Since I am young, I do still need some work on my puppy manners. I like to see what is happening on the counters, but am learning to keep all four paws on the floor. I think I would love children, but they would need to be aware that I still jump to greet you and can be a bit clumsy. My foster parents were surprised that I knew to go to the bathroom outside (I thought everyone knew that!) and I’ve had no accidents in the house. I do also have a loud bark, but I’m just trying to ensure they know what is going on outside. As I’ve settled in, I don’t do this as much because I know what is going on around the house. Overall my foster family says I am the goofiest guy around with the biggest heart.