Breed:Labrador Retriever / American Staffordshire Terrier
Notes: altered, hasShots, housebroken, noCats
BREED: Labrador Retriever/American Staffordshire Terrier/Border Collie - per DNA test
COLOR: Black with White
SEX: : Male
AGE: : 5-6yrsWEIGHT: 50-55lbs
TEMPMT: Sweet, gentle, docile yet playful, loves walks and car rides
PETS: No cats. Good with dogs but prefers females
CHILDREN: Children 8yrs and older who are respectful to dogs.
TRAINING: Professionally Obedience Trained.Clyde is sweet gentle boy. He loves to have his neck scratched, loves to snuggle and sit at your feet; he is always careful not to run over you or trip you; he loves to go walking or riding in the car. Clyde loves all humans. He is good with dogs but prefers females. He is not good with cats. Clyde's gentle ways make him the perfect companion. He is up to date on vaccinations, neutered, house and crate trained. Clyde is micro chipped and he is professionally obedience trained.Poor Clyde has been over looked for adoption time and time again. Why? Because Clyde is mostly black. He has had several girlfriends who were preferred over him. His current girlfriend is Willa. Although he will be fine adopted by himself, he would love it if his girlfriend Willa could get adopted with him. He is a very good boy and a perfect companion who will do his person proud. Won't you consider giving Clyde a chance at a real home and family of his very own. Clyde will be adopted to an inside forever home only. Must own home. No rentals please. Because he had to scavenge and hunt for his food he became adapt at climbing all manner and heights of fenced yards. Therefore 6 foot fence is required. As a companion to another dog he will be adopted to females only. References and vet checks, as well as a home visit are required. Clyde's adoption fee of $200 will be used to help other abandoned and abused dogs.For an application please contact SilverRescue@gmail.com.Clyde's Story: Clyde was abandoned as a puppy and grew up fending for himself to survive. He eventually found a girlfriend and the two were each others security and safety blankets. When his rescuer discovered them they began to experience the first real human love. She named them Bonnie and Clyde. We believe Clyde was someone’s puppy once where he experienced some human love but was soon dumped for whatever unreasonable reason. This early love, however, he remembered and it is for that reason that he rebounded from the abuse of the streets and random nasty people. Today he trust humans again and basks in the love they give him. His girlfriend, however, wasn’t so fortunate as to receive early love. She was likely born to an abandoned or also feral momma. This lack of human contact left her feral and terrified. Clyde was her only friend and was a huge help in teaching her to accept their benefactor and she too began to trust. Eventually Bonnie died of heart worms and Clyde was taken into rescue. He is now a well socialized, well-mannered doggy citizen that any human can be proud of.