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Landon Bichon Frise & Poodle Mix Ballwin, MO
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
- Prefers a home without
Lack of proper socialization when a dog is young leads to fear and resulting behaviors based on that fear. He is afraid of anything new outside - new places, new noises, new people. He doesn’t really like to go on walks as he is very frightened during them. It takes him quite a while to warm up to new people, especially men. If he is approached in a manner where he feels cornered or threatened, he will react aggressively. He is sometimes food aggressive at his bowl to humans. Because of that a house without children is a must.
He also is not reliably house trained. When contained in a smallish area he will not soil in the house. He goes to work with his foster Mom and does not soil in her cube. He hates grass and prefers to do his business on concrete but will go on the grass if made to do so. The rescue’s behavior consultant/trainer guarantees house training if you follow his directions and a session and phone access to him will come with Landon’s adoption.
Landon lives in a home with other dogs and a cat but does not really care for them. He does not dislike them, but he does not want to play with them or interact with them. He has been fine at our vet office and the groomers.
The perfect home for Landon would be a single woman who does not have a lot of company that just wants a little house/lap dog companion. It would be optimal if that person lived fairly close to Landon’s foster mom in the South St. Louis County area so that she could visit with any new potential adopters several times to get Landon used to a new person and home.
Landon is a good doggie, that was failed by humans in his early formative years. He is very healthy and still has a number of years to live and love. He will make the right person a great companion.If you have any questions or would like to meet this pet, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about the rescue and adoption process can also be found at stlpetrescue.com along with a full listing of our adoptable pets.
Our adoption fees:
Cats range from $75 to $150
Dogs range from $200 to $300
This fee includes: felv/fiv/heartworm testing, worming, flea and ear mite treatments, age appropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter, rabies vaccination, and microchip with free registration.
The adoption process includes an interview, application, adoption contract, which includes a return obligation if adopter is needing to rehome pet. The adoption process may include a home visit.
St. Louis Pet Rescue adopts to the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
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