He was a rescue dog. His mom and litter were found in the oil fields of oaklahoma. The imtire litter included his mom all past away from Parva and mom from just giving everything to her puppy’s. Then he had kennel cough. So his interest 9 months the poor guy was in a cage bye himself. Until I came across his profile and just melted so I sent my feniece to go get him. He suffers from anxiety and abandonment issues. He’s been by my side until a nasty break up in Jan 23.
Sweet girl that needs more love/attention/routine. LOVES car rides. Loves to play with toys. Needs to socialize w/people(loves MudBay!). She does need to run at least a few times a week.(her whippet needs to come out.)
Does have fear of noises. Terrified of fireworks.
Positive reinforcement only!!(No clicker) She will fear bite if irritated/mad/yelled at.
Food aggression. Took 2.5yrs for her to trust me. No hands for anyone else. Ok with toys, takes treats nicely.
She’s potty trained, will let you know when she needs out.
Pulls on leash, especially when excited or scared, but knows heel. If you patient and don’t get frustrated, she will calm down and listen.
She just wants to be the member of the family that will give her time and attention that we no longer have. She loves to go on errands and visit all the local pet stores, go on walks at the park. She does like her space at home also. Every Wed, our amazing vet office lets her hang out at their office so she has “people attention.” They adore her. She’s pretty perfect with a little more work, but our life changes don’t allow us to give her the time she needs to thrive, and the last few years have been tough on her and we see she isn’t doing well with us.
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Lilo is a mixed puppy with catahoula,airedale,whippet. She’s about 5 months now, has received all of her puppy shots from Oahu SPCA. Lilo has so much life in her and needs space to run around and be herself.
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Squirt is a very loving dog. Will cuddle all day with minimal need to go out and run. Squirt loves everyone and dogs too. She is very submissive and is an incredibly sweet girl. She is currently just a year old and weighs 20 lbs. our lifestyle has changed and unfortunately we won’t be able to have her any longer. If you are looking for a sweet girl that has the temper of an angle she’s it.
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