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Theodore

Nat Ursula

Good Dog
so i though you guys would appreciate this. Teddy is pretty dog reactive. He's pulling an growling on his walk toward this smaller collie looking dog, like a miniature collie? The lady says, "it would be much better if they were all off leash, then we wouldnt have these problems. then they could get hit by cars though." im thinking to myself, "there would certainly be fewer dogs!" =))
 

Nat Ursula

Good Dog
Hi everyone, We've had Teddy for two years now. What a wonderful dog! He is a major snuggler. He is a counter surfer. He is the gentlest treat taker...super cute. He loves slices of banana. He loves his daily walks. He is dog reactive. He is a fearful dog. He loves car rides and behaves very well in the car. He also loves Vets visits and behaves very well there and in boarding. He is loved by people who love this breed. He can be extremely silly and still does alligator rolls when he is happy.

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View attachment 32673 View attachment 32674 Here is Theodore when he was brought into the high kill shelter. Then the next one was when he was brought out of the shelter after spending 132,days there. We don't have him yet. We also don't know if he and Tonka will get along. We are waiting for his most recent temperament evaluation Results.
He is really a good looking dog! How is it they let him stay 132 days? They would never allow that in Cali!
 

Nat Ursula

Good Dog
Thank you.
He was in California at Carson Animal Shelter. He was only a puppy when they brought him in and they thought he was so handsome that he would get adopted in a heartbeat. They neutered him immediately. I guess they don't normally neuter until there is a committed adopter. But nobody every took him. I think it is because they don't allow you to bring in your family dog to meet the other dog.
 
Thank you.
He was in California at Carson Animal Shelter. He was only a puppy when they brought him in and they thought he was so handsome that he would get adopted in a heartbeat. They neutered him immediately. I guess they don't normally neuter until there is a committed adopter. But nobody every took him. I think it is because they don't allow you to bring in your family dog to meet the other dog.
Your right they don't neuter until a warm body has cash in their hand to adopt and it's understandable. But lucky for you! Do you know if he was a stray or owner surrendered?
 

Nat Ursula

Good Dog
Your right they don't neuter until a warm body has cash in their hand to adopt and it's understandable. But lucky for you! Do you know if he was a stray or owner surrendered?
No, unfortunately we don't know much about his background. There is a picture that shows him when he was being admitted to the shelter.