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Date of Birth
May 24, 2021
Dex is an active and playful guy who adores the great outdoors. He’s seeking a household that can match his enthusiasm for adventure and provide a secure, fenced yard where he can run and play to his heart’s content.
Dex’s excitement and playfulness are among his most endearing qualities! They can sometimes make him a bit jumpy at times, so with the right training and patience, Dex is sure to learn his manners and become an even more wonderful companion. He’s incredibly treat-motivated and has already mastered the “sit” command, making further training a breeze.
Beneath his energetic exterior, Dex has a softer side. He absolutely LOVES belly rubs and cuddling with people. There’s nothing he enjoys more than sharing quality time with his human friends, and his affection is boundless. He also gets along with other dogs. Dex may do well with another calm dog in the home around his size, as long as he doesn’t have to share his food! He is a bit protective of it, and wants his meals all to himself. Who can blame him?!
While Dex is a fantastic pup, he will need a bit of work on his leash manners. A household willing to put in training and exercise with him would be the best fit for his adventurous spirit. Additionally, Dex has had a previous pelvis injury, so care and consideration is needed to keep his back end healthy and strong. He also has a slight sight deficit in one eye, but that doesn’t slow him down one bit!
If you’re an active family looking for a loyal and loving companion to join in your adventures, Dex is the perfect match for you. With a little training and a lot of love, he’s ready to become the heartwarming addition to your family that you’ve been searching for. Come meet Dex and give him the forever home he deserves – one filled with love, playtime, and lots and lots of belly rubs!
Good with Cats?
Not tested with Cats
Good with Dogs?
May do well with another dog in the home. Slight resource guarding.
Good with Kids?
8+ Years Old Recommended
Do I Need Special Care?
Yes, Medical Special Needs - Previous pelvis injury. Partial blindness in right eye.