Smith wandered up to a good Samaritans house, nobody claimed him so he was dumped at the shelter. He was very anxious in that environment but the staff knew he was a great dog, young, sweet nature and gorgeous, they raised money to have him fostered by a trainer who has worked with him and will keep him until transport! He will take a few days to settle in and warm up but once he does you will have a loyal, intuitive and amazing friend for life.
Weight: 45 pounds
Age: 1-2 years
Breed: Boxer /Hound
Colour: red brindle
Good with adults: a little reserved at first, but warms quickly
Good with kids: He is good with teenage age kids… has only met younger ones through a fence.. seems a little reserved but not aggressive.
Good with other dogs: Smith reads energy.. He is great and very playful as long as he does not feel threatened by the other dog.
Good with cats: We do not know.
House trained: seems to be, fostered with a trainer so sleeps in indoor kennel, no issues
Crate trained: Yes.. does well in the crate.
Energy level med- high energy
Can be handled/touched: yes..
Barker: He is quiet if it is quiet. In high energy stress situations, he is anxious and barks and paces (like the shelter).
Flight risk: because he is slow to meet new people he may be just from nervousness
Food aggressive: he is food aggressive with other dogs…. Not humans
Walks on leash: Yes. But does pull
Rides well in car: yes
Destructive: Have not seen this behavior
Needs a home with a yard: I would say yes because of his energy level.
Needs a home with another dog: would help his energy level
Can live in an apartment: I would not think an apartment would be good unless they are very active and he gets a lot of stimulation and exercise on a daily basis.