Hi! My name is Biggie Smalls!

  • Biggie Smalls
  • Mixed breed
  • 4 years old
  • Male

Weight (approx): 58.5 lbs

Energy: High

Children: Good

Dogs: Good

Cats: Unknown

About Me: Biggie Biggie Biggie - that part of my name really describes my personality. I love to keep busy too! In fact, I'm good at sniffing, walking, jumping, running, wagging my tail, dancing, rolling in the snow like an otter, and giving kisses...just to name a few things. There is so much to do and so little time. Sometimes I don't realize I'm tired, so I fall asleep sitting on the couch. After a good nap, I'd love to have a big yard where I can run around, and maybe even a brother or sister I can play with. I like to play with those little hoomans too...called "kids." I hope I can find my furever family soon. My foster moms tell me I'm going to find a really nice home eventually...could that be you?

Health Notes: This fella came from our target rescue community and was actually a little on the healthy side of normal weight. He has a few scars from tussles previous to his rescue life, but is in good condition overall. Biggie Smalls is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella and is neutered and microchipped. 

Behavior Notes: Biggie Smalls is high energy so his foster home recommends 2 -3 walks a day. He is great with other dogs and children, so having either in the home, will also help with his energy level. He does take sometime to settle after getting riled up, about 10-20 minutes, but it really depends on how much exercise he had throughout the day and how long he's been crated. He usually calms down by either being petted or ignored. He loves other dogs, but does need slow introductions until he feels comfortable and safe, as he had been attacked in his past. He loves people, but likes to jump, his foster home is working on this. He is crate trained, whines a little at night when he hears the resident dogs move around, but no issues otherwise. He has shown no destructive behaviors. He loves being outside, but doesn't know recall. A fenced yard is recommended, if no fenced yard, he needs to be on leash, as he will wander. Currently he is learning to walk on leash, and boundaries using treats and clicker training. He knows sit, so right now foster home is working on stay and improving his recall even more.

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