Taz has arrived from Pocatello Animal Shelter where he ended up as a stray. He was adopted but unfortunately returned within the two week window because they couldn’t give him the time or extra training help the the needed. Please reach out and we can elaborate on this! He is a stalky little chunk of love. He is absolutely fabulous with other dogs and tolerates all sorts of wild play styles from his friends! He loves to zoom around with his friends and would make an excellent second dog. He is definitely an athlete packaged in a stout little body and will be a great outdoor adventure parter. Taz is a handsome guy with an amazing personality to match! You don’t want to miss out on this gem.
A note from Taz’s foster:
“We have had Taz here for 10 days. Foster number 167 for us (over 16 years). He is a fantastic dog — one of the best we have had. He loves his people. For a young dog, his recall is very good. On a trail with no distractions, it is almost perfect. He is housetrained and is very smart and learned to use our dog doors in a minute. He will wait at a door and does not bolt when you open it. He is great with all other dogs and people, including kids, though he loves to play. He really loves our dog, Lucky. We have left him home with Lucky for up to four hours three times with no problem. He is almost over jumping on people when he meets them. He is easy to distract and loses interest in bicycles quickly, but probably should not be trusted if one goes by. He is a real gentleman in the house, and is sleeping at my feet as I type. He sleeps all night in a dog bed in our bedroom. He will try to sneak onto the bed, but gets off when asked. He is treat motivated, so should advanced train well. He has shown no aggression whatsoever under any circumstance. We would have been delighted to keep him until he was adopted, but had a previous commitment to care for a friend’s dog and cannot have more than two according to our HOA. We’d be glad to talk to anyone who is considering adopting this guy.”