Young, playful, fun-loving, attentive, housetrained, and good with dogs he knows, OK with brave cats, and proven with kids – Finn has one little flaw that dedication to training can help him overcome and earn him the “perfect dog” label he aspires to!
Good house manners, crate-trained, has had some training
Is OK with dogs he knows; Good with most kids; Cats – will chase
Leash Reactive; needs a person dedicated to his training and socialization to reverse this
Playful, affectionate, and fun. Homeward Bound can connect you to a good trainer.
I am an adorable, one-year-old Golden Doodle boy…playful, attentive, and house trained. I have lived happily with other dogs, and I have been around kids and cats. I might chase the kitty, but I have never tried to hurt one. I am good at the groomer, like to swim, don’t resource guard, am crate-trained, and know some commands. So, what brings me here? I have this thing called leash reactivity. While I have lived happily with other dogs I know, and walk well when I’m out alone, I get a little over-the-top nutty when I see another dog while on leash. I’m not proud of it. It’s not becoming of a cute little dog like me – and I know it’s embarrassing for the people on the other end of the leash. But the dog folks here say it’s also something that be trained out if you are willing to work on it with me. It will take some time and the help of a trainer (Homeward Bound can recommend one!), but I’m young and still impressionable, and if it’s the only thing that keeps me from earning the “perfect dog” label, I’m going to give it my all. So, if you don’t mind one small flaw in an otherwise awesome dog…come meet me and help me grow into the “perfect” label I aspire to!