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Haily: 10 months, neutered male, 40 Lbs.
Haily likes to spend time with people, and he gets along with dogs. He is smart to know follow some simple commands quickly and potty trained on pad and newspaper. Haily learns a lot of good manners and he is very social and greets everyone with wagging tails.
He was purposely abandoned outside of a nice family home. Apparently, he was a family dog and had no experience on wondering alone. So, he shows very high level of trust to people with very good manners and love to play with other dogs, too.
The person who abandoned him was someone doesn’t deserve all the wonderful things that he can bring to his/her life.
Maybe you are the one that will be his life saver who deserves all the best and wonderful love and things that he will bring into your life.
Please Story first, at the end of the story, answer the following questions:
Alpha_______ or submissive __X_____
Energy level very high_____high_ __medium_X__low____
Does the dog get along with other dogs at home?__yes____in a public place?_yes_____
Is the dog Skittish (afraid sudden noise and movement, will try to get out of collar when scared) __No___
Shy dog is just shy, not afraid of noise or sudden movement, will warm up faster than skittish dog__No__
Is the dog people friendly_yes__, children friendly__yes_,
Does the dog bark continuously when left along? __No____chew a lot___No___
does the dog gets along with cats ?___yes_____
housetrained or not?__yes______outside__Ok____or newspaper___OK___
Good walk on leash or not?__yes_____any basic training? Sit and wait
Is the dog afraid of man?___No______
How is the dog with new environment? Need some days to fit the new environment.
Does the dog have food aggression with other dogs?_No.
Can people touch the food in the bowl while the dog is eating? Yes, you can touch him as you want.
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? ___Never_______
Are there any red flags we should know?__________
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