Dog of the Week: Palmer

Julia D Dog of the Week

“Hi all! My name is Palmer I’m a medium-sized dog (45 pounds) around a year old. At first, I was unsure of my furry foster brother and sister but now I love to wrestle and play with them whenever they will tolerate it. A younger playful dog would be great in my forever home!  I like to sniff the cats in my foster house but I don’t chase them.”   Palmer currently lives with two large breed dogs, one female and one male and he does well with both. He is very treat motivated and has learned sit very well and is working on stay. He is still younger and is learning what are toys and what are not. He likes to move shoes around the house but so far hasn’t chewed on them. Palmer also has lots of energy, so an active household and/or a fenced yard would be ideal. He is also learning how to walk and run on a leash. Palmer is almost fully house trained but still needs to be let out frequently, although he will let you know when he needs to go out. He is working on kennel training and cannot be left out when his humans are not home. Palmer is a sweet pup who will make a great family dog, although he is best suited with older children. He needs somebody with patience to help him continue to learn and grow.

Palmer’s adoption fee is $250 and includes neuter surgery, being up to date on vaccinations and preventives, a microchip with free lifetime registration, and a free obedience class.

If you’d like to meet this cutie pie, please complete an adoption application HERE.