Flash is a two-year-old, 57-pound Labrador and Chow mix. He was turned in at the county shelter as a stray. While at county, Flash kept a wagging tail and looked for attention from the humans he met. Flash was reactive to dogs that he walked by, but when out in a yard with other dogs, he showed some good social interactions. Since arriving at Home Fur Good, Flash has shown the same personality. He struggles with the aspect of shelter life where dogs are in their kennels and reactive at the gate. Flash will listen to instruction from his handlers, but you need to be assertive. He would do best in a home with older children, and experienced dog owners who can instruct and train him to act appropriately. Flash has had some training, because he knows sit, paw, and down. He has shown he is trainable, and he wants to please; he just needs consistency and a calmer environment than shelter life. The Lab in him wants to make you happy and chase tennis balls all day. Flash recently joined the Dog Walking Club. He is a great little walker, sticking by his handlers side. However, his handler needs to be experienced and able to handle a bigger dog. Flash does not bark or indicate what he is up to, but if he sees another person or dog he will lunge to their direction. One of Flash's most enjoyable moments on his walk was playing in the neighborhood sprinklers! The adoption fee is $225 and includes spaying/neutering, age-appropriate vaccinations, microchipping, and a free wellness visit at Phoenix Mountain Animal Hospital. Our adoption hours are Thursday-Saturday from 11:00 am-4:00 pm by appointment only.