Canaan Dog / Basenji / Mixed (short coat) / Male / Baby
Details about Panda D200145
- ID D200145
- Available for Adoption
- Black with White
- Coatlength: Short
- Activity Level: Moderate
- Good with Dogs: Yes
- Good with Adults: All
- Reaction to New People: Cautious
More about Panda D200145
- Energy Level: Moderate
- Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
Breed: Wadi Dog (Canaan Dog, Basenji, etc.)
Weight: 28 lbs
Dog friendly: Yes, Slow to warm, but has lived extensively with other dogs
Cat friendly: Has been introduced to cats but current foster has no indoor dog-friendly cats to test with.
Kid friendly: Due to shy nature, I do not recommend children under age 14. Will do best in quiet household.
House Trained: Working on it. Keeps kennel clean, uses potty pads currently
Crate Trained: In progress
Energy level: Moderate
History: From a shelter in Oman
Adoption Fee: $500
From the Foster:
Peter Panda initially presents as quite shy around new people, But with a little extra time and patience he has acclimated to his foster home and is a regular happy puppy. Once relaxed, he has kind soul with playful energy and curiosity. He does seek affection and loves his dog bed, antler chews and is working on some very basic training stuff like “sit” and “down” and being comfortable with having collars, leashes, harnesses, sweaters, etc... taken on & off. Recently he went snowshoeing on his foster farm & handled that outing very well! Barks appropriately as an alarm (doorbell, etc...), but not excessively. Pan is doing well on potty training with a schedule, keeps his pen clean overnight, not a picky eater. Regular puppy protocols should be in place to make sure he chews the Dog Stuff and not the People Stuff. Well Fenced yard would be ideal.
A patient, experienced home is a must to bring out the best in this gentle young boy. Foster will give preference to a quieter home, preferably with experience adopting initially shy or sensitive dogs. He does like dog and cat friends once he knows they are friendly. Would love another dog or two to show him the ropes. Resident dogs should be pretty low key, tolerant personalities. No young children due to some fearful reactions.