1 year old • Male • 30 lbs
Cory’s soft fur is black and tan with white around his mouth, neck, and belly. In addition to the cute black spot in the middle of his tongue, some of Cory’s standout features include adorable, floppy ears and a handsome widow’s peak. This pup has expressive brown eyes with black markings around them that resemble eyeliner!
Cory is a very sweet pup, and is the perfect mix of playful and mellow. He will just as happily run around and chase his toys as he will snuggle up with you for a few hours of Netflix. Cory can be a little timid in new situations, but that doesn’t stop him from exploring wherever and whenever he can. He enjoys being around people and, while he’s shy at first, loves meeting and playing with other dogs, too!
While Cory loves running around freely in a fenced yard, he is quickly learning how to walk nicely on a leash and is doing great with potty training, too. He also enjoys hanging out in his crate and sleeps well in it through the night. Cory is also starting to work on basic commands with his foster mom (the treats are the best part) and would love to keep practicing with you!
Cory would do great in a home with a fenced yard and another dog who can play with him and teach him all the wonderful things about being a dog. He’s a quick study and will make a wonderful addition to his future forever home!
Cory is healthy and up-to-date on vaccinations. He is microchipped and is scheduled to be neutered in June.
Cory and his three sisters were born to an unspayed dog in the community.
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.