MEET ARGOS. This is what his former family had to say about him:
“His name is Argos. He has been around cats but he doesn’t do too well. He has hunt roots and tries to chase birds and rabbits and cats so I wouldn’t recommend that. He is crate trained but lately he’s been wrecking all the crates I buy. The first was a metal one and he completely destroyed that one. The second was a plastic one but he knows how to get out of it. He travels really well. He loves car rides. Leash manners could use some work. The only way I can control him (I’m pretty little) is to use an e collar and prong collar. I have spent so much money on everything under the son for him but he’s pretty stubborn. When it comes to other dogs it’s 50/50. I used to take him to the dog park and he got into a fight one day with a neutered male dog. So now I try to avoid them. On walks when he sees another dog he barks a bunch and tries to go see them. But once he’s introduced to them he’s usually okay and just wants to play. He loves to counter surf. So don’t leave food out on the counter!! He has lately been having problems with peeing and pooping inside. Not sure why but since I moved he’s on and off with being housebroken. He is really good with kids. I’ve had him around my daughter his whole life and she’s 3 now. In all he’s very loving and just wants attention! But he’s becoming harder and harder to handle for me and I have a new job that requires more of my attention now.”
August 25 Foster Mom Update:
“Argos is getting along well with my dogs. :)”
Argos is two years old, neutered, and up to date on his shots. Interested parties are welcome to submit a prospective owner questionnaire to be considered.
Which one is he? The light gray or the dark gray? How is he in a fenced in yard (for the purpose of going potty): does he try to jump over fences?
Is he still available Where is his location?