Sharing for our friends at Purrfect Pawprints in Grantsville, Utah.
Sam is a 6 month old, 30 lb. Airedale Terrier mix with a heart of gold. He is completely house trained and will tell you when he needs to go out, he sleeps through the night, loves his people, and wants to please. Although his puppiness sometimes gets the best of him, he is very obedient and easily trainable. Sam gets along well with other dogs of the same rambunctious demeanor and has been around cats to whom he is indifferent to. He plays rough, but also knows how to snuggle. Sam needs people as he has a bit of separation anxiety from being moved around so much. He likes to have his people within sight. He is not a dog that can be put out in the yard to entertain himself as he tends to get destructive when he is bored or when he is having anxiety about being left. When his people are around, he is very well-behaved. He does best in a large kennel for short periods of time when he needs to be left. Most importantly, Sam needs to find his forever home where his people can be close and he won’t have to be moved anymore. He really does deserve this part of life!
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Every adopter is part of rescue. Adopters take our dogs and “finish” their rescue by making them family members. We are proud of our many wonderful adopters — without them, we could not continue our work. Updates from happy adopters about life with their companions makes all of the hard work worthwhile.Adopting a dog from a shelter or rescue is a wonderful way to help save one of these amazing dog they have, but we must understand that it’s just one step in the process of saving their life. .
📍Choosing the right dog to fit your family and your life style is imperative. .
📍Giving your new dog time to decompress can help you both learn to know each other better and let your dog settle in. .
📍 Hire a local trainer to help guide you and your dog on how to have the best lives together and close any communication gaps.
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