Hello! My name is Conner!

  • Conner
  • Mixed breed
  • 1 year
  • Male

Weight (approx): 57.5 lbs

Energy: High

Children: Older kids best (I may knock over smaller children with my energy!)      

Dogs: Good

Cats: No

About Me: Why hi there! I almost didn't see you as I was cruising around having a blast! Running and playing are just so much fun (and not to mention great for you too ;))! I would love to tell you about myself if you have a minute to spare. My name is Conner and I am a young boy looking for my forever home. I hope to find a family that is active and can keep up with me. I am pretty darn pumped about surviving parvo and have not wanted to waste a single day since beating it. Do you have a large yard you would be willing to let me play in? I promise it is a whole lot of fun to watch me zoom in circles (also known as zoomies)! I also would love to have a doggy friend to play with as long as they can handle my enthusiasm. Since I am lucky to have a second chance at life, I really want to be the best that I can be. I want to better myself and maybe you can help me along the way with some training and positive guidance? I am so excited at the thought of maybe one day having a forever home and a family to call my own. Will that be you?

Health Notes: 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: Connor is a sweet boy. He is a high energy dog, who can settle down once he has had time run around and play, he then will settle on his bed with a chew toy. He is good with dogs who are calm, though proper introductions are needed. He loves cuddles and pets. He has come a long way, and is good on leash. He does have fears of sounds at night on walks. So foster parents are taking him for short walks to help him get used to the sounds at night. He's really good in his crate. He is no longer chewing on furniture. He has learned to play and eat with the other dogs in the home, and resource guarding is no longer a problem. Older children are still recommended, because he can be pushy and knock down younger children. He is house trained, and will let you know when he has to go outside. Also his nipping issue is resolved. He is a sweetheart, and he has made a lot of progress in his foster home.



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