Clyde

Clyde - Adopted!

Name(s): Clyde
Age: 5 years
Size (weight): 24 pounds
Coat & colour: Black and Tan
Temperament: Excellent
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: Yes
Housetraining: Yes
Suitable for an Apartment: No
Origin: Unknown
Adoption Fee: $350.00

And now a few words from me:

Hello I’m Clyde, and I have been a kennel dog for most or all of my life. I’m a happy guy who is ready for a new adventure filled with love and devotion! I enjoy exploring in the great outdoors, with the grass beneath my feet and the wind blowing on my face, and would love a forever home where I can be outside lots and lots! I love having people give me hugs and kisses, and playing with other dogs/people/children brings me joy. I will even play fetch! I share my food and toys, and do well with commands. And just so you know, I don’t like being in a cage, I haven’t been crated while in foster care and I prefer to sleep on the big bed at night, so I hope that’s ok with you. Taking me out often helps to prevent me from having accidents in the house, and I like being rewarded with a treat after a good run. I’ve bonded with my foster mom and sometime play shy when we are together and others come to visit. She assures me that everything is fine, and then I relax. I will give a warning bark when someone comes to the door, but otherwise I am a very quiet boy. I will miss my foster fur siblings when I leave, and would really enjoy having fur siblings of my own. Mom said that my forever family is just around the corner and I can’t wait to meet them!

And now a few words from my foster family:

Clyde is such a handsome, loving boy who just wants to please. He gets along well with his two foster siblings; they eat, play and sleep together. Clyde loves the outdoors and never wants to come inside! He is wonderful at playing fetch and loves to sniff out a mouse or two. He also loves sleeping on the big bed at night, and on his little bed in the living room for daily naps. Clyde likes to take many potty breaks (this will prevent accidents) and therefore cannot be in a home where he’d be left alone for extended periods of time. He enjoys people/dog/children and can’t get enough of them, although sometime can be shy when first meeting strangers. Clyde is a happy, well-adjusted boy who will be a wonderful addition to his forever home.