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|Rescue Me ID: 17-02-13-00179Griffon (male)|
GRIFFON'S 'MUST HAVES' 1. physical fenced yard where he will have room to run around and explore. He can jump fairly high so it should be at least 4 foot tall. 2. young, playful buddy in the house. Griffon gets along with most dogs that he encounters but with his energy level, he can overwhelm some dogs. Size and gender do not matter...he will play with any dog. 3. a family/person willing to walk/run him at least twice a day for at least 1.5 to 2 miles each time. He would be a great runner's dog. 4. older children (10+) or no children in the house. When Griffon gets really excited, he will jump up and on people and he will use his mouth when playing. He is also a door dasher and can open doors if they are not locked. If he gets out of the house, he will run (no loyalty yet). Application link is: http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/E53LXc4bsw6r997fuK4 Griffon is being fostered in the Northwestern Virginia area until he finds his permanent home. Griffon is a 14 to 16 month old puppy that is medium sized in the 35 pound range. He is a strong, muscular springy dog that is high energy and very playful. Mix is unknown but he is tri-colored - black, white and a caramel brown. He has coarse hair in some areas like a terrier, and really soft, thick fur in other areas like a Border Collie or Collie. Griffon is house-broken and crate-trained and currently needs to be crated when no one is home or he will chew on inappropriate things. Griffon does need A LOT of exercise though. He gets miles every day spread out over 2 to 3 walks/runs. He also gets play and yard time in between with the three other large dogs in the house. He needs another playful dog in the house and definitely a physical fenced yard. He is a very friendly boy and loves to cuddle but when he gets going, he is very high energy. He loves playing 'chase' with other dogs. Griffon is not good with kitties and may not be good with small dogs as he seems to have a high prey drive. He will need more work on leash skills and basic obedience. He is up to date on vaccinations (combo and Rabies), is micro-chipped, neutered and on monthly heart worm aand flea/tick preventatives. He is heart worm negative. If Griffon doesn't get enough exercise/activity, he may chew or dig when bored. Griffon's adoption fee will be $450 which will go towards his vetting costs and transport costs to get him to the USA (which together are more than the $350 adoption fee). If you would like more pictures/information or videos, please email me through this site. I am looking to place Griffon within a 3 hour radius of Washington, DC. We also have volunteers in Southern PA, Pittsburgh area, New Jersey, North Carolina (some parts) and Southern Virginia. (Less)
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Bearded Collie Dogs can make good pets in Maryland if they match your IifestyIe. The Bearded Collie, or Beardie, as they are affectionately nicknamed, is a medium sized, happy pooch. Beardies are wonderful for households with children. Bearded Collies do not make good guard dogs. Beardies respond well to training but they have a mind of their own. Bearded Collies are very sociable and need to be with people. Beardies are natural herders who don't mind various weather conditions. They make great outside dogs and are best suited to farms or homes with a good sized yard.
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