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Ringo

Age: 4 mo old (as of 01/24)
Sex: Male (Not yet neutered)
Coat: Black and white rough coat
Weight: 15 lbs
Heartworm status: Not yet tested

Activity Level: Medium-high
Good with Other Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Children: Unknown

Description

🐾 Ringo is one of four pups found as strays in the Abilene area. About 3-4 months old when he was found with his littermates, these guys look pretty close to pure working BCs, though we can never guarantee that unless they come with papers. They are active, playful, good with people, and are some pretty fun pups.

Out of the four, Ringo is the little underdog with beautiful amber eyes that steal your heart as soon as you see him. He gets along well with other dogs, big or small, and loves to run around and play chase but will try to herd the smaller dogs. After play time with the big dogs he naps hard, sometimes only cracking an eye and then going back to sleep if the other dogs decide to play more.

When he initially meets people he is very wary and prefers to hide. He can’t be bribed with treats but after a while if you let him observe until he’s comfortable, you’ll find him crawling into your lap looking for snuggles. Once he’s warmed up to you he has a hard timing choosing between going to play with the other dogs or staying with you; usually choosing to stay with you. Best part about him is if you need a buddy to nap on the couch with you he’ll happily flip belly up and snuggle in with you. Overall he is very brave and curious once he gets comfortable often displaying the intrigued head tilt as he looks at things and loves people that he’s familiar with.

Potty training is going very well and if he does have an accident it’s by the door so he’s understanding the concept well, just can’t communicate/ hold it yet. He sleeps through the night in a kennel with his brother without accidents or crying. With the recent holiday fireworks he had no issue with them at all. He does like to bark at loud noises like garbage trucks and thunder but can be easily redirected with a treat or toy.

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