Radar, 2 years old, neutered male, Staffordshire Terrier mix, 44 lbs. He is in a foster home in Houston, Texas and can transport to an approved adopter.
Radar came to us from an overcrowded shelter where they were going to euthanize him. He was fairly skinny, but since being in a foster home he is loved and healthy!
He shares a home with two other dogs and does great with them. He is playful and will engage in play with other dogs. He walks great on leash when hes by himself. When walking with other dogs, he tends to pull and wants to explore.
He has been around teenager and we think he would do great in a home with kids 12 years and older.
Radar is house broken and crate trained. He is very food motivated. He will sometimes take treats from his foster momma that were meant for the other pups in the home. He does like playing with toys.
He is moderate energy where he plays, but generally likes to hang out in the house. He does sometimes counter surf trying to snatch some food.
Radar is very affectionate and loves to relax in the house on a comfortable bed. We think he would do great with another dog or would be okay without one.
We have no history with cats.
*Listed BREED and AGE - We are taking our best guess & recommendations from our veterinarian on age, breed and size when fully grown. We rarely know a dogs exact age nor are we able to tell the true or full breed mix of dogs as our information is limited most of the time. ***
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