Cub

  • AARCS ID# A36561233
  • Male
  • Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Retriever, Labrador/Mixed
  • Puppy
  • Est. DOB: 6/15/2017
  • Size: Medium
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    Story

    Photos courtesy of Alexei Chernenkoff

    Hi! My name is Cub and I am a little sweetheart, I love people and other dogs and all the attention I can get. I love snuggles, especially when I’m sleepy. I do really like to be around people and get a little upset if I am alone or outside in the yard by myself, my foster mom is working on this but training will need to be continued once I find my forever home! I walk pretty nicely on a leash already, I love walks! Sometimes I can be vocal about things, but with a little more training I will learn when it is okay to bark and when it’s not. I like to play fetch with my foster mom, and I like to play with my foster brother too! I have been surrendered once before and really want someone who will commit to looking after me for the rest of my life, I am very loving and will be a great little companion for a lucky family or person!

    Cub was surrendered when he started to have seizures as a puppy, he was immediately started on medication at a different vet, he has not had any seizures since coming into AARCS care and we have taken him off the medications slowly, almost at stopping completely. It is possible he was misdiagnosed and does not actually need to medicated at all, after 10 days after stopping with no seizures he can be adopted.

    Hey! I’m just the cutest, will you be my furever hooman?

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Yes, Good with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Yes, Good with Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Medical Needs

      Cub was on medication for seizures, we have slowly tapered them down with no incidents, and will be off the medication shortly. He will be okay to adopt after ten days with no medication and no seizures, he was possibly misdiagnosed prior to arriving at Aarcs.