12-22-14 Connor has been in the care of a wonderful breeder, thank you Tammy Gimpl! In her professional opinion, he is ready to go to his forever home! He has been integrated with her pack and does wonderful with all the dogs, male or female. He even gets along great with the cat! He is crate trained and has not had potty issues in the house. He is will leave another broken heart in his wake when he leaves her home! Put in your applications today!
11-28-14 Connor made his way to his foster home where he will begin to learn the constant love of a human. He made lots of friends and was his usual heart breaker on his transport. Please apply to adopt this wonderful boy!
10-18-14 Connor has got to spend some time in a home with a wonderful volunteer. He has been introduced to a crate and loves it. He is also getting some interaction with a female dog and is learning to not play too roughly. He takes the corrections from his playmate very well. He loves to play fetch and is learning that he has to give up the ball to continue the game. He seems to love men more than women! He is such a fast learner and is still in need of a foster home ASAP.
Because of his size and exuberance his new home should have children older than 12. He would also do well in a home with a similar size female to play with.
10-9-14– I got to spend some time with him outside. He is very playful and has a bit of energy for a starving dog. He is a fast learner and although he already has great bite inhibition, it was not hard to teach him a little more self control. All this boy wants to do is play and be loved. He really is special and is going to make someone a very special dog!
Connor was confiscated in a neglect case on 9/4/14. He was completely sealed in a 3rd story room and had to be carried down a ladder to safety. He weighed 62 lbs at the time, was covered in fleas and sores. His ears have obviously been cut by scissors. Despite all this, Connor is a complete love bug, he does not know a stranger. The shelter worker said he was very easy to take care of while there. He did fail the safer due to resource guarding, but his 1st meal in boarding went well, with no signs of guarding. Many shelter workers came to say goodbye to him and were happy he was going to a good place. More will be updated as more is known about him.
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