Coordinator - Roxanne SandtWhy is this dog named Nozzle you ask..... Well Nozzle is no dummy he was lost and needed help so where did he go???? He went to the fire station!!! There the fireman took him in and named him Nozzle, so we have honored that name and it fits him perfectly!
Nozzle is a fun loving happy go lucky guy that flows along with the program, whether that means attending a crawfish boil, babysitting the kids, hanging out in the backyard with doggy friends or taking a nap in his crate.
So far he hasn't met a human that he didn't like, or a car ride he didn't enjoy. Nozzle is not sure about cats, with time he might be ok with them, but right now he thinks they might be a lot of fun to chase.
We are guessing that Nozzle is about 2 years old, he's calm natured, walks on a leash and takes treats gently. He sleeps quiet in his kennel all night despite thunderstorms. And is generally a good boy. He's definitely not perfectly potty trained yet but will be easy. He's very friendly, but will need some basic training.
Nozzle has only been with us a short time so we are learning more about him as time goes on. please contact us for an update!
Sadly Nozzle is also heart-worm positive, but the infection is light and he will recover perfectly from the treatment ABMR is giving him.
ABMR thanks you for taking the time to look at our malinois available for adoption.
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