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Boy • 1 year old • Aries • Dark Brown • 15kg • Mixed Breed
Happy is a lively boy at the age of one. His previous owner was unable to continue taking care of h im due to financial difficulties and having to move overseas. After being unable to find a new hom e for Happy, his owner contacted the Pack for help. Happy is currenty being trained and evaluated by a foster family, and though he is a bit mischievious, he is also clever and learns things quickly. Are you willing to give him a chance?
Happy doesn’t hide his emotions, and will bark a warning if a stranger gets too close. Give him f ive minutes to make sure you aren’t a threat, and then he will happily beg you to pet him by sho ving his head in your hand. Happy is a bit sensitive, and prefers to dodge or escape if provoked. G ive him some time to adapt and it won’t be a problem.
Happy is very energetic and playful, especially with other dogs!
Clever and cautious. He will keep his distance from strangers until he’s certain it is safe.
Happy has his own opinions and is expressive with his emotions, but he will accept guidance.
Happy recovers quickly from provokation, and with enough time and patience, he can acclimate to all types of environments.
My health has been checked:
- Regular Worming Treatment
Happy has no immediate health problems that need special attention.
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.
Happy will actively approach strangers, but keeps a distance at first. He needs time to warm up to you before asking for hugs and pets.
Happy enjoys the company of dogs in all sizes, and playing with them makes him feel at ease.
We have not yet monitored Happy’s interaction with cats.
We have not yet monitored Happy’s interaction with children.
Happy is sensitive to noises and will get scared and try to run away, but recovers quickly.
Happy enjoys physical contact, but he dislikes it when strangers touch his legs and paws.
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.
When nervous, Happy barks as warning.
Happy does not have separation anxiety.
Happy’s play-bites are somewhat strong, and nips as a warning to unwanted touch of his paws. T o ensure this doesn’t progress into violence, we are currently putting more effort into his training.
Happy is normally less than enthusiastic when it comes to food, but one should still procede with c aution.
Happy has yet to destroy anything in the house.
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.
Happy understands his own name.
Yes & No
Happy understands ‘yes’ and ‘no’.
Happy prefers doing his business outdoors.
Good on Leash
Happy is easily guided on a leash, but is scared by loud noises and will tug at the leash to escape.
Happy understands the command ‘sit.’
Happy does not quite understand the command ‘down.’
Happy understands the command ‘come.’
Happy has yet to learn how to shake paws.