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0-1 Year




Medium (20-40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Guinea Pigs, Rats, Or Hamsters
  • Older Children (12+)



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Behavior Concerns


el cajon, CA


Meet Vader! He needs safe loving home preferably with a backyard and someone to give him lots of attention and time.

Vader is very playful and energetic and does need some training. Vader is crate trained and somewhat potty trained.

Vader has gotten used to mostly being outside and comes in at night to lie down. I haven't been able to see how he does in the short span he is in the house, but he hasn't gone to the bathroom inside.

Since he was still a puppy, I would lock valuables and anything easy to destroy. He is iffy about treats; usually, he would take any, but lately refuses just ANY treats, and he loves to play with his rope. Vader does bark at anyone at first, but only to get their attention and play with them.
Vader has to warm up to other dogs, but other than that is very playful (they would keep away from smaller dogs at first since he's bigger and plays more roughly). Vader knows to lie down, sit, paw, and wait. Vader has not had any professional training ( RECOMMENDED). Vader tends to pull on the leash.

I would not leave Vader alone in the house until further training. Better left alone outside (gated). Always kept leash on let run around but will stay by you. Vader is loving and attaches easily; therefore has separation anxiety.

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