Boy • 1 year old • Capricorn • Apricot • 17kg • Mixed Breed
Pudding is an adorable dog from Xindian Animal Shelter. Every single move of his can be captured as a meme. Pudding’s innocent face earned him a nickname, “pitiful baby,” in the shelter. Yet, it would really be a pity if such an amazingly sweet and young dog had to spend the rest of his life in the shelter. Therefore, after the preliminary assessment, PACK decided to take in Pudding and find him a permanent home. Without too much worry, Pudding passed all the training like a genius and exceled in the adoption events. If you are looking for a dog who can crack you up anytime and anywhere, that will certainly be Pudding!
Pudding is cheerful and friendly. Every spot on him is a “Yes! Go ahead!” and every snack is a “Yes, more please!” Moreover, he is kind to other paw friends of his size. That all makes Pudding a wonderful and therapeutic spirit, just like an angel.
Pudding is full of energy. He gets so excited that he literally jumps up for walk, meals, and of course, when the keeper returns.
Pudding gets more and more passionate as he learns that you are a dog lover and like him as much as he likes people.
Pudding is super obedient and easy to communicate. He is willing to follow commands. Only when being carried up, he will struggle a bit.
Pudding has high adaptability. At first, he shows mild uneasiness through panting.
Foster Family Says
Pudding has infinite number of ways to entertain and amuse others. It almost seems like that he is boneless as he turns belly up to fully enjoy all the touches and tickles. Pudding has a funny quirk of biting the air when he is having a blast or overexcited. Just like a nutcracker, he makes a crackling sound when his teeth bite together. It’s pretty whimsical. Pudding is a dog for anyone. Either a novice or a veteran, living with or without dogs, Pudding is ready for any kinds of household.
My health has been checked:
- Regular Worming Treatment
Pudding has no underlying health issue.
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.
Pudding likes interacting with strangers.
If other dogs are large in size, Pudding might bark and grunt out of uneasiness.
No strong response toward cats.
Pudding likes kids as much as he likes strangers.
Abrupt, loud noises will scare Pudding a little, but appears fine to regular sounds.
Pudding loves being touched. Once it starts, he will do anything, from turning belly up, licking, fly biting, jumping, etc., to keep the rub going on. He joyfully lies down once a hand lands on him.
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 encountering large dogs, Pudding might bark because he is nervous.
No sign of separation anxiety .
No sign of aggression.
Pudding cares about food…a lot. He has two eating poses–standing and lying–with the former meaning less defensive and rather relaxed. If there is a dog goofing around his bowls, he will guard his food with his front legs. And if the other does attempt to approach him, he will display his teeth, or even bark, to warm the other off. Well, this guarding behavior only applies to other dogs not to humans at all.
No record of destructive chewing.
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.
Pudding can recognize his name .
Yes & No
Pudding understands “YES” and “NO” .
Pudding usually doesn’t pee and poop inside the house. But on a hot day, he drinks a lot of water and might not be able to hold his pee for long. Thus, he will need to go potty more frequently.
Good on Leash
Pudding is good on leash with simple guidance.
Pudding understands “sit” .
Pudding understands “down” .
Pudding understands “come” .
Pudding understands “paw”.