Hi! I'm Quidditch!

  • Quidditch
  • Mixed breed
  • 6 months
  • Male

Weight (approx): 43 lbs

Energy: Medium-High

Children: Good

Dogs: Good

Cats: Unknown

About Me:  Oh, hello there… I'm Quidditch. If my name didn't intrigue you, perhaps my snow-colored soft puppy fur does! I may need a bit of time to get comfortable with you and learn to not be afraid, but if you give me the time, we'll form a great bond and can be best friends! I'd love a home with another friendly dog friend to show me the ropes and perhaps some calm children with dog experience. As I get older, I am getting bigger and more excited, and I talk to you and spin in circles when I'm about to be fed. My loud bark means I wouldn't be ideal for an apartment, but perhaps you have a yard, and don't mind me helping you garden? I'd love to show you the new tricks I've learned like sit and shake a paw...maybe you'll be my furever family?

Health Notes: Coming Soon!

Behavior Notes: Quidditch is a fearful little guy, and cowers when being petted. His loving foster home is working with this, but slow movements are recommended and Quidditch needs to be allowed to initiate what happens. Currently he is a medium energy puppy, but is getting more energetic as he gets older! He gets excited over food. He is also a talker and barks when he's excited and barks when he plays with other dogs. He is good with other dogs if they are friendly towards him, but if the other dog shows aggression, he will flee. He is untested with cats. He is fearful of strangers and will bark at them, and he is not good in new situations...he will freeze and try to flee. He is good with kids 8+ who have dog experience. He is not good with multiple kids running around, or grabbing at him and he will try to get away from them. He is 90% housetrained and will ask to go out, but if you miss his cues, he'll eliminate in the house. He is really good in the crate, and has not been left out loose as he is a puppy. He is a flight risk, especially if he gets scared on a walk and he will do anything to get away. He does well on leash when walking with another dog that he knows, but fearful on walks if just walking with a person. He needs a home who understands and can be patient to help this boy grow out of his fears. We highly recommend he goes to a home with another dog to help teach him what is safe.

Think you have found your furever friend?