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In shelter Dog

olympia, WA, 98516
Pet name:
Apricot / Beige
Coat length:
This is a post for an owner surrender 

Taco is just turning 3. We got him at 8 weeks old. He is a hound mix with what appears to be wolf hound. We were told, Fox hound and Australian shepherd. After having Taco I dont think the lady we got him from was very credible and may be a reason for some of his temperament. I think he was left alone and when he was just a puppy with out food. 
He has a ton of energy and wants to be able to run. At the end of the day he is ready to hang out with you and be at your side. In the morning, often he comes in before the alarm goes off to check on you.
Does great inside without a kennel. Still pulls for a while when walking. He does great at dog parks with other dogs and if one is acting aggressive, he just looks at them "like whats the problem" Not sure how he would do around cats. Does well in the car.
Last shots were February. At that time he was treated for an ear cleaning. When giving him a bath you cant let any moisture close to it or it acts up. He hasnt been neutered. He weighs 71lbs.
We currently feed him 1.5 cups AM/PM
Kasiks Wild Pacific Ocean Fish Meal Formula 
He is very smart and loyal. His challenge is when he feels like someone is in his space (under the bed, or dining table)  he doesnt want anyone near him. He has growled and snapped several times. Its tough because it seems more directed at females, but he does it to me also. I typically talk him through it and in the end he comes out and his temperament shows he didnt like to do it. When at the groomers I stay by his side. When going to the vet, I typically muzzle him and they sedate him to do any major treatments.
He gets so excited around people when they come over. When out and about he appears to be a super chill dog.

I would love for him to find the companionship he deserves

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