Abner will play for hours with his toys. A self entertaining dog, he will keep you laughing all day. An expert at jollyball play, he is a true delight to be around.
Abner came to us from a local shelter when he was deemed a non-adoption canidate because of behaviors that he was exhibiting. Abner needed clear, consistent, and meaningful information to change his behavior as well as people who understand what his behaviors meant and helped him learn better ways to show what he needs. Abner is a bit older but still acts much like a puppy. He will run and play for hours outside and then cuddle up with you on the couch later for a movie! Abner wouldn’t be a good candidate for living with other dogs but would be just happy as can be to live with kids. We aren’t sure how he would do with cats but are happy to do a special cat test if needed.
*Dogs Unbroken supports Colorado dogs at higher risk for euthanasia evaluating their behavioral stability and applying training methods appropriate for their needs. The goal of helping each dog learn to make good choices in challenging situations. We help connect dogs and people to create a safe and confident home life. Continued training in Longmont, Colorado is mandatory but included in any foster to adopt situation with any of our dogs. Check out our website for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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