Contact Donna Stock
: Upper Marlboro, MD, Maryland
I am already neutered, house-trained, crate trained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats. Heart worm negative. Harley was rescued from and animal control facility in Okinawa, Japan.
Application form here: http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/E53LXc4bsw6r997fuK4
We are looking to place this dog within a 2.5 hour radius of Washington, DC where he is being fostered.
Harley is approximately 1.5 years old but still very much a puppy. He is a very friendly, high energy boy that loves to play and needs plenty of daily exercise to be happy. He is currently getting about 4 to 5 miles of walks/runs daily and play time with other dogs.
He is good with cats, fully house-broken and crate trained, although he can be trusted outside of the crate when no one is home provided he gets plenty of exercise.
Harley is a wee bit of a puller on walks and will need work with that. We just recently started using a Ruffwear front connect harness and it has made a huge difference. He knows several basic commands in both Japanese and English.
Harley's ideal home would be one with another playful dog (it is a MUST HAVE), older children (he will jump and sometimes use his teeth when playing), and a very active family willing to get him out a couple of times a day for long walks/runs. While a fenced yard would be great, it is not absolutely necessary but he cannot be off leash in the yard. He will chase critters....
Harley has all vaccines (combo, Rabies, Lepto, Lyme, Bordatella), micro-chip, is neutered and is heart worm negative. He is current on heart worm preventative and flea/tick preventative. His vaccine were just updated (May, 2017) so he will not need anything until next year.
This is a Courtesy Listing. If you are interested in adopting this dog please use the contact information provided above. All negotiations regarding the adoption will be carried out privately between the adopter and the current caretaker. Since we cannot guarantee any listed dog, prospective owners are encouraged to obtain as much information as possible prior to adoption in order to determine if a particular dog is the right match for their particular circumstances and environment. Adopted dogs are the sole responsibility of the adopting party.