Robin The Boston Terrier
Robin is one lucky dog! His Korean name is Bok Gu, which means 5 signs of luck! He was adopted today! Congratulations to Shawn and your new forever friend!
Robin's info... already neutered, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with dogs.
Weight: 23 lbs. Age: 3 years, birthdate 11/1/2011 Personality: Active, playful, friendly, affectionate, loves to play ball, swim. Needs a lot of exercise. Coat: Short, easy maintenance, just a bath occasionally. Training: Knows basic commands: sit, stay, down. Needs more training and socialization. Potty trained: Yes Health: Excellent, no health issues History: Robin was well taken care of and loved a great deal, but his mom was being abused by her husband. She went to a safe house with her baby, but they wouldn't take animals. She asked our rescue partner in South Korea to ask us to bring him to California to find a loving forever home. Fostered in: Buena Park, CA Type of home: No other dogs. Robin loves to play with other dogs but he is dog reactive. He reacts when other dogs are walking by. Our dog trainer on our board feels he just needs to be trained and socialized more. He has a tendency to bully small dogs. Ideally needs a house with a backyard to be able to run or walked twice a day. If he gets the proper exercise he will be happy in a crate while you are at work. Local applicants only. Crate trained: Yes, sleeps in crate or in bed with person Good with Dogs: No, rough player typical Boston Terrier. Will sometimes nip other dogs. Can be dog reactive. Good with Kids: No (former home had young baby, foster home has elementary age children. He's too rough with young kids.) Good with Cats: Unknown Adoption fee (non-refundable): $300.
All dogs are fully vetted, tested for heartworm, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations.
Click HERE to apply to adopt Robin: http://welcomehomedogrescue.org/adoption/application-to-adopt-a-companion/
Our adoption process looks like this:
1. Adoption application review by WHDR board 2. Adoption application approval 3. Meet and greet 4. Home safety check 5. Final approval and adoption finalized
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