- Apr 23, 2013
- Reaction score
Location: SE Ontario
Age: 4 yrs
Weight: 30 lbs/ 14kg
Fenced Yard: Required
Adoption Fee: $500
Domi does have a bite history and dislikes cats and kids. On his walks around his foster mom’s neighborhood he will exhibit aggressive behavior towards the kids that they see. On the plus side, he doesn’t mind any dogs and can spend hours wrestling with them. Size and gender don’t seem to be an issue when picking out a canine companion for Domi. He does have some resource guarding issues with food, so a more submissive friend would be best for him.
Domi has also exhibited guarding of his house and foster mom. He has bitten strangers that have entered the home, but not broken the skin or required them to have a doctor's visit. He did not stop going after them when they retreated and has also exhibited some aggression towards strangers he sees on walks.
For these reasons, Domi needs to be placed with adults only that have few visitors and experience with emotionally volatile dogs. Domi needs a calm and confident leader that has bully breed experience and no cats. Be sure to describe your experience in your application. Domi would also not be the ideal office dog.
Domi is crate trained and house broken, but he will mark on occasion if left unsupervised. He is able to stay home all day long, as his foster mom reports there are no issues while she is gone at work all day and he is crated! Any style home would be great for Domi as long as he can get his walks in! If this were a home with a yard, a fence is a requirement, but he should always be supervised in the fenced yard
Domi is quite the busy bee! He loves to play with toys, go for walks, and wrestle with other dogs. He loves to follow his person around all the time. He does have a bit of a dominance issue and doesn’t like to be corrected for his bad behavior. He has recently had surgery for his palate and nares, but doesn’t seem to have any other health issues.
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