Noodle

  • Breed:  Pittie-mix
  • Age:  Under 1 year
  • Weight:  40 pounds
  • Gender:  Male
  • Dogs:  Good!
  • Cats:  Ignored when tested
  • Kids:  7 and up
  • Obedience:  Required to ensure success
  • Exercise:  Moderate to high (He's a puppy)
  • Fence:  Needs fenced yard (loves to run)
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Noodle is so cute, you just want to eat him up! He is a Pittie-mix, who is just under a year old. He was confiscated from a situation that he is happy to be out of. He was so skinny and filthy, but he’s fattening up and enjoys a spa day. He is almost 40 pounds, and he might fill out a little more when he’s full grown. Noodle is still a puppy, so he has lots of playful energy, and he loves to get the zoomies! He is being fostered with a trainer and is a model student! He loves to sit for treats, and he really wants to learn more. He is a little insecure at times, so knowing how to communicate with the person he trusts is essential. Noodle would love a fenced-in yard to run around in. He ignored the kitties when he was tested, and he wiggled his whole body around other dogs. He would benefit from an existing friendly dog to boost his confidence. He has no history with kids, but he is a candidate to be placed with dog-friendly kids because he seems to be out of the mouthy puppy stage. Noodle is working on housebreaking, and he might have a little anxiety when left alone, which we are working on. He is making progress, but he would be most successful in a home with a steady routine. Noodle is a wonderful boy who just needs a little structure to succeed.

 

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