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- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, children.
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Clovis was an owner surrender to our rescue along with his siblings. His owner needed to find homes for them and wanted them to go somewhere they would be safe and loved. Now that his foster family has had the chance to get to know him, it is time for him to start the search for his forever family!
Clovis is a 9 week old male Great Pyrenees/Aussie mix. We don't expect this litter to get very big. We are guessing that they will top put in the 40-50lb range.
Interested in what Clovis's foster has to say about him? I can help with that! The below text is from his foster mom.
"Clovis, is a doll! Clovis is a happy, bouncy puppy who, more than anything, LOVES playing with his siblings. Once he’s tired he will lay flat on his back, all four paws up, and wait for belly rubs. He has the happy-dog leg scratch when you pat a certain place on his tummy. Clovis likes to play chase with his human foster siblings and once he catches them he will playfully nip at their ankles or roll onto his back for the reward of a belly rub. Clovis barks while playing with his siblings and he will bark to let me know that it’s time to eat but he’s otherwise a quiet pup who is content to be in his puppy pen with his siblings all night, without a peep. Clovis will growl at his siblings if they approach his food bowl during mealtime so it will be important for his forever family to feed him separately from any other dogs."
Clovis is a playful pup. And with playfulness comes him being a bit mouthy at times. This needs to be something his new family is willing to work with. Clovis likes being held and playing with the other dogs. Clovis has a more outgoing personality and is not afraid to ask for what he wants. He is definitely a bit more assertive but also super sweet! If you want a dog that has character, get ready to fall in love!
You can apply to adopt Clovis using the link below. However, we highly recommend reading his ENTIRE bio to find out more info about him and see if his personality would be a good fit with your family first.
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?? Clovis's Questionnaire ??
? Is Clovis potty trained?
No. Clovis is still a baby and will need continued working with on his potty training.
?Is Clovis kennel trained?
No, he is not.
? Does Clovis need continued socialization?
YES! In short, socialization involves thoughtfully exposing your puppy to various experiences she may have throughout life. This helps your pup develop into a well-balanced, confident dog. Be sure to expose him to
*People outside the immediate family.
*Outfits, facial hair, and accessories(hats, sunglasses, giant coats, etc).
*Places. Your pup may be wonderfully socialized at home. But what about the veterinary clinic, city sidewalk, or your office?
*Routine care. Handling your puppy’s paws, ears, and tail, inspecting teeth, and bathing and brushing regularly will make future veterinary visits and grooming a breeze.
*Sounds. Doorbells, sirens, thunder, fireworks, loud trucks, barking dogs—alarming sounds abound in our modern world.
*Unusual surfaces. You may have heard stories about dogs who won’t do their business outside when the grass is wet. Perhaps you’ve seen dogs panic at the sight of cattle grates, stair landings, or veterinary exam tables. These dogs probably didn’t spend much time walking on surfaces different from those they had at home.
?Is Clovis good with other dogs?
Clovis is being fostered around other dogs and loves them! Be it playing or just chilling with them.
?Is Clovis good with cats?
Clovis is not being fostered around any cats. With proper introduction, we do believe he is young enough to adjust quickly to them.
? Is Clovis good with kids?
Yes. He is young and can be mouthy at times so we do recommend that any children in the home be older.
?Would Clovis do well in an apartment setting?
-It depends. If he had someone home most of the day with him and/or a doggie playmate, and a good exercise plan in place, we believe he would be fine.
?? To Clovis's Future Family ??
More than anything Clovis would love to enter a family that has another active dog or two who will play and wrestle with him. When he’s tired he will turn completely on his back to wait for his belly rubs. I haven’t taken him on a walk so I can’t speak to that but I think he will be fine in any family that has another dog or two that will play and play with him.
Clovis is being fostered in Oklahoma City, OK. Her new family needs to be able to pick her up(even if they are out of state). No commercial transports and no shipping. Just a fun road trip with her and her new family! ?
His adoption fee is $275. That includes two sets of puppy shots and wormings. He will also have had a bordetella. He will be micro-chipped, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention.
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