Hello! My name is Conner!

  • Conner
  • Mixed breed
  • 2 years
  • Male

Weight (approx): 57.5 lbs

Energy: Medium

Children: Older kids best (I LOVE my teenage foster siblings!)      

Dogs: Good

Cats: No

About Me: Hi there!  I'm Conner.  A quiet, distinguished young man with a calm demeanor and on point manners.  I'm cautious when in new locations and around strange people but become a snuggle bug when surrounded by my friends. I love chewing on bones, going for walks and getting the zoomies with doggy friends. I know the words "sit", "kennel" and "wait" and with a little more practice I'll nail "down" every time I'm asked.  I am fully crate/housed trained and looking for a patient family that will help me become comfortable in my forever home.

Health Notes: Parvo Survivor!

This good-looking fellow didn't look so good when he came into care.  Conner was diagnosed with parvo but his prognosis remained positive. Canine parvovirus (parvo for short) is a highly contagious viral disease that attacks rapidly reproducing cells. Today, Conner is a healthy and energetic dog. After surviving parvo, some dogs are left with a sensitive gastro-intestinal system and Conner does experience softer stools, but nothing severe.  Conner is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is neutered and microchipped.

Behavior Notes: Conner is a sweet boy. He is a high energy dog, who can settle down once he has had time to run around and play, he then will settle on his bed with a chew toy. He is good with other dogs who are calm, though proper introductions are needed. We recommend no small breed dogs for Connor and no cats as he does have a prey drive and displayed chase behaviors. He loves cuddles and pets. He has come a long way and is good on leash. He is really good in his crate. Conner has been around children of different ages and is good and gentle with them. He is house trained, and will let you know when he has to go out. He has basic training, and sits to wait for his meals.

Think you have found your furever friend?