2 year old • Male • lbs
Caesar Augustus is a handsome, sturdy little fellow, 14 pounds (2.25 years old), with a shiny black coat and tan and white markings.
Boots is a slender 17-lb boy (1.5 years old) with long legs and tan boots. He has a smooth, sleek black coat with assorted smudges of tan and white, and adorable flop-over ears.
Devastatingly debonair duo seeks wonderful adult(s) who are home for a good part of the day, with no other animals. Father-and-son bachelors are waiting for their special family, upon whom they can shower their devotion and entertain with their antics. These easy-to-care-for fellows absolutely adore each other, and spend quite a lot of time cuddling and lying side by side (see photos below). Outdoors, they particularly like to indulge in sports (running, wrestling, chasing balls) in their own fenced-in yard. Then they're ready to come in to spend a loving and companionable time with their person. As they are not good on a leash and they can get plenty of exercise in the yard, Caesar and Boots are perfect for those who don't relish dog walking! They do request a personal space of their own where they can retire to, should their person choose to enjoy the company of guests. Get your application in now to avoid missing this opportunity of double devotion!
This bundle of energy is a terrific companion who manages to be as eager to please as he is strongly opinionated! Caesar Augustus is house trained and crate trained. He also loves cuddles and playing fetch. Caesar is an excellent and dedicated early alert system to possible intruders (otherwise known as friends at the door).
Although Caesar is slightly cautious of new visitors, he is a confident and clever little dog, and as long as you have a small treat in hand, he will gladly come take one or two. . . .
Boots has so much love to give! Although he is hesitant when meeting new people, once he knows he can trust you, he is ready to shower you with affection. He will run right alongside you and loves to sit next to you, thrilled with hugs and pets. Boots is crate trained and house trained. He will sit patiently while you put on his halter or get ready to feed him.
He is generally very fearful of unfamiliar dogs. With treats and patience, Boots has come a long way; but he will still need more time to work through this. When outside at his foster home, Boots is friendly with the two resident dogs, who are separated by a fence. They all run back and forth and kiss noses through the barrier.
Both Caesar Augustus and Boots are healthy, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, neutered, and heartworm negative.
Both Caesar Augustus and Boots were surrendered to a local shelter when their family moved.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.