Deacon   

In shelter Dog

Greensboro, Guilford County, North Ca...
Breeds:
Labrador Retriever, Mixed
Colors:
Golden, Chestnut
Lost or found date:
03/04/2021
Pet name:
Deacon
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Meet Deacon, he is a lab mix with a great personality… uh, dog-anality.  He is house trained and leash trained.  Deacon can be a jumper and loves to run in his yard, so a 6 ft fenced in yard is a must for this boy.  If you want to see pure joy, watch him when he is playing with toys.  It goes to a whole new level if the toy has a squeaker, those are his absolute favorite.  He does not like taking a bath, having someone hold his feet, or getting his nails cut.  He's your typical guys guy - not metrosexual at all.  Who needs all that floofy stuff anyway? Deacon is going to do best if he is the only animal in the home.  He is not a fan of small dogs or kids, he may chase cats, and he may be too high energy for larger dogs.  Deacon was bounced around a bit before he went to his foster home, due to that he can be slow to warm up.. But once you are his person - he desires nothing more than to be by your side… and have squeaky toys.  Did I mention he loves squeaky toys?  He would do best with someone that is home a majority of the time.    Deacon is still figuring out the world and will need someone who will be patient with him… he can't just be thrown into new situations and expect to thrive.  A good example, is those spooky moving doors at PetSmart.  He doesn't understand them and we'll be honest, they freak him out a little - but he's learning.  Deacon weighs approximately 45 lbs and has been neutered.   If you think Deacon would make a good addition to your family, fill out an application at lastdaydogs.com

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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