Boy • 2 years old • Libra • Gold • 14kg • Mixed Breed
In the end of September 2022, Dobby was brought back from Xindian Animal Shelter by the evaluator of PACK Taiwan. He is still young, but his left hind leg had a severe impact that caused comminuted fracture. During the recovery, stimulated by the bone nail and the crooked bones, the inflammation couldn’t heal for a long time. Thanks to the efforts of PACK Taiwan and Xiandian Animal Shelter, he is fully recovered now. At first he could only walk by jumping, now all his legs can land well and run at full speed! Dobby has an introverted personality and it takes some time for him to warm up. After knowing you well, he becomes a lively little boy who loves to play, which is really lovely!
Dobby needs some time to adapt the environment. Due to insufficient socialization and injury during his childhood, he tends to observe from a distance when meeting new things, will only walk around comfortably after ensuring everything is safe. Although he is a bit shy, he will not flee in a panic. Strangers can easily approach Dobby and touch him, after a few touches, he will comfily lie down!
Low energy level, likes to sit and zone out
Introvert, a bit shy, but he can interact with people normally
Although he often shrinks back by new things, he reacts fast to owner’s guidance
Need some time to adapt the environment, but won’t take too long
Foster Family Says
Walking position is different due to his leg injury, other dogs might feel weird and be mean to him. He is smart and holds grudges, when scolded by us, he tend to pee at places with our smell, like the closet or bed. Need some more toilet trainings.
My health has been checked:
- Regular Worming Treatment
Dobby’s left hind leg once suffered from severe bone fracture, it is now healed but he walks with a limp.
At PACK Academy, we socialize our dogs by exposing them to different stimuli and recording their tolerance levels for each one. These oservations help us understand the dogs better, which then helps us find suitable homes for them.
Not proactive, but he can accept strangers approach and touch him, will ask for more if he feels good
Would annoy other dogs, perhaps due to weird walking position, or impolite to fight for others’ food
A bit scared of cats, would even cry
No special reactions with kids, kids can be around Dobby and touch him
Easily to get startled, will lower his body to hide
Likes to be touched!
There are some common behavior issues that we see in dogs who have spent a significant amount of time in a shelter. We assess our dogs for these behaviors and provide training plans for adopters to help manage them.
No barking behavior is observed
No seperation anxiety behavior is observed
Will fight over food, and slightly guarding slightly
Never broke things
Obedience training is critical for nurturing healthy dog-human relationships and having a well-behaving dog. Our dogs receive basic training at PACK Academy, which provides a foundation for communication between dog and human.
Dobby knows his name.
Yes & No
Dobby understands Yes and No.
Pee area less predictable, would usually poo on diaper pads
Good on Leash
Dobby is easy to walk
Dobby understands “Sit”, but needs to wait for a while
Dobby understands “Down”.
Dobby understands “Come”.
Dobby can shake hands.