Notes: altered, hasShots
Dutch: 1 yr old chocolate male, neutered, docked tail and uncropped ears. 11", 9 lb. Shots up-to-date. Rescued from shelter. From Dutch: "Hello world, I'm Dutch, not sure what a Dutch is, but hey that's what they are calling me so sure I'll roll with it. I've had a rough couple of months since October when my first humans brought home a smelly roll of blankets and decided they wanted to keep the "baby" as they called it and not me, so they dropped me off at the shelter. I didn't like the shelter much and while not exactly large when I got there, lost a bit of weight while there so I got a bit snappy with the humans there when they shoved a chunk of plastic into my food bowl while I was eating, so they were not able to try and find me a home there. I'm now settling in here at my foster home, it's warm, there's lots of good food, plenty of blankets to snuggle under and I get to snuggle up with the humans at night. I think I would do best in a house with only one or two other dogs and some humans of my own to take care of, but probably not more smelly blanket rolls." From Dutch's Foster parents: Dutch is great with women and while shy at first with men generally warms up within hours to days (depending on the man). He does play well with other dogs, just prefers to have his own toys and we feed him separate. Right now he is under weight and this likely plays into him protecting his food. He is house trained and figured out the doggie door within a couple of days. Dutch has a healthy appetite, but does eat better if we stay in the room with him while he eats. Not good with small children (newborns) or puppies. Dutch has a huge heart just waiting to give love to the right human! Note: Dutch is located in Gambrills, MD - and we will not fly this boy. IMPS Tag: 2949 ADD DATE: 03/13/12
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