Positive for heartworms?: 
Extraordinary Golden Fund recipient?: 

GRR Number: 19-091

Type of Surrender: Stray, Bastrop Animal Center

Status: Medical Hold

Age: 18 months

Weight: 56 (needs to gain 13)

Personality: This pretty boy was taken in by GRR with what was possibly his sister. He’s been a bit sick, but he’s recovering, and his important tests came back negative! Yay for Clyde!

Clyde is very reliably house trained and has been left in a crate twice. He did just great. He is happy, calm and playful around children and does not jump. He has had supervised play time with the other dogs in the house and has had no cat exposure. He is nice and calm when riding in the car. He hasn’t been on the leash much, but has done fine, with just a little pulling.

When it comes to retrieving, he seems to like the idea of going after a toy. He brings a ball back but isn’t dropping it on command yet. He’s got plenty of time to learn that!

He is still being left in the crate when left alone because he does like to chew on things he’s not supposed to chew on! But he’s young and will learn that doing so is a no-no in time. Clyde sleeps like a baby through the night and is so calm when being groomed. It seems brushing is a whole new thing to him.

Clyde is a very sweet big ole pup who loves his people immediately. He loves to be petted, loves to snuggle, and loves being right next his people on the bed. He is getting more playful as time goes on and is really starting to enjoy his play time with his foster dog friends. He knows the sit command and is just about to add “shake” and “wait” to his repertoire.

Ideal Home: Clyde is so sweet and obedient and since he loves his people so much, he needs a family that has someone that he can be close with for the better part of the day and at night. He will certainly do great with older kids and adults who are willing to play with and throw a ball for him. He gets along great with other dogs.

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