1 year old • Male • 30 lbs
Wallie is white with a dark brown and mask and patches, and black freckles throughout his body.
Wallie's life motto is 'the more the merrier.' He is always eager to make new friends: human or dog, small or large, and young or old. Despite his excitement and ability to play with friends, he is usually looking for a cozy spot on the couch next to a human for a long nap.
Wallie is a very sweet, smart boy who has learned how to walk on leash, sit for food, relax in an open crate, and has truly mastered the snuggle. Although he is very confident around his humans, he is still unsure about being left alone and crated with the door shut. Wallie would be a wonderful addition to an active and engaging family willing to continue his training. Wallie would be extra happy if he was able to regularly play with another dog as well. He is small now, but his paws and legs indicate he has a lot of growing still to do. Wallie looks forward to meeting you and testing out your lap!
Wallie is receiving his puppy vaccinations and microchip and has an appointment to be neutered. He has an overbite that will be monitored over time.
Wallie was found as a stray.
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.