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Forrest

0 September 30, 2017 in Happy Tails (Adopted!) by staff
Forrest came into the shelter from a neglectful situation. With the help of a patient foster mom, Forrest has come a long way and is ready for his forever home!

This is what Forrest's foster mom says about this year and a half old Heeler mix: "He's very shy at first and it takes him a while to trust and love. But if you can get through that your going to have the best dog you could ever want. He spins circles in the morning because he's so happy that it's another good day. He also sits for his leash and for treats. Gentle taking treats. He likes cats but maybe too much, He wants to play with them like they are big dogs too. He loves to play with new dogs. He guards my fence line from all of the cars that slow down in front of my house. All in all he's a great package deal. If you put in a little time and effort he will be the best dog on earth. He likes to use his paws to pet you if you stop petting him before he's ready. Very easy learner. Aims to please always. He is a nervous fellow and warms up sooner to women than to men in most cases. Walks very well on the leash. Keeps a slack lead if you remind him. He walks next to you if you keep him there with clicks and asking him to stay with you. He would be better with older children.so as not to accidentally knock a small child over. Sleeps in a crate at night and doesn't leave the fenced yard in the day time. So much personality and love! Great cuddler. He would do probably benefit from having another dog around for moral support."
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