Tibetan Terrier DOG FOR ADOPTION RGADN-1089488 - Oscar - Tibetan Terrier (long
Tibetan Terrier Dog for Adoption in VACAVILLE, California, 95688 USNickname: Oscar Posted Breed: Tibetan Terrier (long coat). .fieldofdreamsrescue Email; fieldofdreamsrescue1gmail Please Read Full Bio: Oscar is a gorgeous dog, best guess Tibetan terrier mixture. Found as a stray, sadly like most shelter dogs, we have no history. Roughly around 2-three years old, about 20 pounds. Was overwhelmed and scared in the shelter, slow to warm up, but came around in a few days with patience and no pressure. Now safe in our rescue program, he is waiting for a cute home that will love and take care of him for the rest of his years. Coat had to be shaved due to his heavy matted coat upon intake. It is now growing into a gorgeous long coat. His coat grown out will require care and regular grooming. Great with other dogs, strangers are strangers to him, he is cautious with new people and does have protective behavior if he doesn't have a "leader" in the home. He will have to be put away when people are coming over to the home. He is available to a FULL GROWN only home, 1 with LOW traffic and that understand terrier temperaments and their needs to live happily in a home. He will take a few days to get adjusted to a home. He is not suitable in a home that wants to take him socializing, He needs more of a homebody or on property. NOT a 1st time dog. From his foster family: He has grown to be extremely loyal, lovable and is a very quick learner. He knows the basic commands like sit, down, handshake (also other hand), and is in the process of learning marker training. He would be perfect for a single person home or a couple with a structured routine. Better in an environment without children, and is nervous with new people so would thrive in a quiet home with less foot traffic. He needs a home who is patient with him to continue his training and not for 1st time dog owners. Perfect indoor dog that loves to lay beside you while watching TELEVISION or reading a book but also loves his walks. Is used to his paws being wiped after walks and can wipe him down to keep him clean. Is crate trained at night (likes when door is left open with a small area gated off and a small nightlight), and is housetrained. We noticed he only needed to be let out twice a day 1 in the morning and 1 in the evening. It takes a little bit of time for him to warm up but once he does and you show him the love he deserves, he is the biggest sweetheart and cuddlebug and loves giving kisses! Does really well on car rides both short and long distance, the perfect riding companion. He will take time and patience adjusting to a new home. When he warms up and is comfortable with you, he will love you for life. Strangers are strangers to him. Has not been a barker, crated at night, walks on a leash, we never say a dog going into a new home is house trained, but he appears to be house broken, just a nice boy wanting to know who he belongs to. Adoption donation $400, includes his neuter, rabies, dhpp vaccine, bordatella vaccine, micro chip, worming, frontline, heart worm test, heartgard.
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