Hello there…my name is Spot….you may remember seeing posts about me on the GEARS Facebook page a few months back! I was the guy who was so badly injured when I was attacked by another dog in my community! Talk about scary! I was touch and go for the first few days but miraculously I’ve made a full recovery and all my injuries healed nicely!
Beau is a big snuggle bug who wants to be by your side as much as possible! When he needs your attention he will give you a paw and a big smile and is always successful in obtaining the pets he’s looking for. If he’s not cuddling, he wants to be playing. Whether fetch in the yard or chewing on a puzzle toy, he’s an active pup. He loves to play with the cat in his foster home, and plays very well with the dogs in the dog park, though sometimes he needs to remember that some dogs have less energy and need a rest. He can be dog reactive on leash but is working really hard on it and making lots of progress!
Hello, I’m Atticus (aka Atti), nice to meet you!. I’m a fun-loving puppy but can be a little shy meeting new people. But once I get to know them I warm up quickly (treats also help win me over!) I love treats, I’m very treat motivated so teaching me new things is easy! I’m already house trained and crate trained and know sit, lie down, shake, leave it and come!
Hello, my name is Kelvin. I was giving the name Kelvin because I came into care during a cold winter and my name means -273 degrees or absolute zero. I think my name suits me because I love playing in the snow and I like being outside even when it is cold! When I came into care, I had a broken leg. Luckily, my leg healed well and quickly so I could get back to doing the things I love! Some of the things I love doing in my backyard is playing with toys, digging holes, and chewing on sticks or bones
Hello everyone! My name is Brickle, I am very sweet and smart too. I have very good manners except for when new people walk into my house and then I get a little protective. I need help working on that so guests don’t get scared off by me. I’ll need slow introductions to new people to make sure it’s a positive experience for me.