Positive for heartworms?: 
Extraordinary Golden Fund recipient?: 

GRR: 18-003

Type of Surrender: Owner Turn In

Status: Available

Age: 10 months

Weight: 35

It seems, based on his early behavior in his GRR foster home, that Dax was probably an outside dog who had very little interaction with people OR dogs. It was evident early on that he had little to no socialization prior to coming into foster care and that being inside was a new experience for him. At first he would get in the trash, steal food, take clothes out of the laundry, jump on people who were in bed or on couch. But Dax is learning quickly how to behave indoors and to interact positively with people. In fact, his foster parents say that this is now a happy, outgoing, high energy, and a true velcro dog. "He is the sweetest dog I've ever fostered and we've had some good ones. He takes great pleasure in being around you and gives lots of kisses and will jump on you to show it."

Ideal Home: Dax has learned a lot, but still has some catching up to do on learning proper doggy house manners. THerefore, he should go to a family with some dog training experience or willingness to learn. Dax would be excellent with children and a great for people who hate dog hair because he hardly sheds. Sweet Dax needs a lot of attention and time to execise.

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