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Glen of Imaal Terrier, Poodle


2 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Older Children (12+)
  • Needs To Be Only Pet



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Behavior Concerns




This is Buddy.. I'm being honest and upfront with my description of him ,from what we know he is part Glen of imaal terrier and part poodle . He is high energy he loves to jump,I don't mean just jump on people he loves jumping in general. He can be very sweet, but he's still a puppy somewhat though because he wants to play constantly. He is a door darter you cannot let him anywhere near a door or he will run out of it!! He has almost got hit by a car and 2 pit bulls almost attacked him !
he will run as far and fast away from you as he can! He is very smart! He knows how to open his cage he learned to catch treats in his mouth within an hour of us showing him. my granddaughter taught him to give her kisses which he learned in about an hour. He rarely pees in the house but he will poop in the house, he refuses to go out and poop outside. He wants to be right with you and you have to watch him with toys he got a squeaker stuck in his mouth just within a few minutes and couldn't breathe ! He will need his shots again next month. He would do best in a home without other dogs !! I have other dogs I have a dog who's 12 and he's constantly jumping on him and humping him and a smaller dog who he bullies . I take care of my daughter who is bedridden with a traumatic brain injury and as much as I love him as much as I want to keep him he's just too much for us, we've tried for 10 months now but he needs somebody who has the time and patience to spend with him and train him. I want to give you all the information and this is a extremely hard decision but The decision had to be made, which would make it better for him and better for us even though we will dearly miss him! whoever he goes to will "HAVE TO " have a fenced yard and the situation needs to be adults or older kids. Also he seems to be afraid of men and ducks down when they try to pet him.
The people who get him must be
willing to put in the time in the work for him, seriously!!!!
I will be extremely picky who he goes to.
He will be a great dog for the right person, he can be very sweet.

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