American Pit Bull Terrier, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
Lost or found date:
Woody, aka Woodrow
Woody has such a big heart, and his love knows no bounds!
Woody loves to snuggle, and he considers himself a 75# lap dog. He loves being with his people and his bonds are strong. Because of that, he prefers being indoors with and around his people or outdoors if that's where his people are.
Woody is extremely intelligent and a very fast learner making him the perfect candidate for people who enjoy and are passionate about training. Since he is such a fast learner, it is fun teaching him to do tricks!
Woody will give the family that’s the “right match” much joy and love. Woody is so very deserving of a forever family to call his own. He will give his unconditional love for the rest of his life.
Woody will be happiest living in a home where his mom and dad work from home (one or both) or have staggered work schedules or are retired humans who will want to spend most of their time enjoying Woody’s company.
Woody can be insecure and so he can be nervous around new people. With his foster family’s help, he is learning to warm up to new people faster learning that another set of hands to pet him is nothing to complain about.
Woody does enjoy the company of other dogs. Slow introductions are best. Currently, Woody lives with 3 other doggie housemates. Woody plays hard and is vocal during play so doggie siblings will have to tolerate that. When first meeting other dogs (and some people) Woody tends to be “overly friendly”. Woody is easily corrected for this behavior and it diminishes quickly.
Because of his high-energy, Woody needs to be in a home where daily exercise is priority. Woody does enjoy going for long walks and/or runs.
Woody is crate trained and completely housebroken.
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