For information about adopting a dog, call 707-787-7010 or email email@example.com
Are you looking for companionship? Want that perfect partner? Do you want to be challenged by a brilliant mind? Meet BARKLEY.
Our big boy (weighing in at 100-105 lbs) wants to be with you as much as he can. Always looking for an adventure, this guy will make a fabulous hiking, jogging or walking partner. His energy abounds and he loves to have a good time.
Want more of a cerebral friend? His learning potential is unlimited. He is eager to learn new tricks. Being food motivated, teaching him is fun and rewarding.
Because of his size and strength, we want Barkley to go with a GSD-savvy person. Somewhere between three and four years old, he has a long life ahead of him.
Independent thinker that he is, he does best when he has clear direction and boundaries. Without direction, he will find ways to entertain himself.
Calm and controlled training brings out the inner gentlemen in our guy. A combination of daily physical and mental exercise is a must. With this and lots of TLC, Barkley will thrive and you will be rewarded with an outstanding companion.
“More? More?! Well yes actually, you’re likely to want a lifetime more when it comes to Oliver.
He is a different dog than the exhausted one that first flopped down at Lily’s – heartworm was close to breaking his spirit. Successfully treated, he is now as animated and observant as they come, no longer a shadow of his former self.
This 11 year-old Leonberger would like nothing more than to go on car rides, or lounge around outside Starbucks with you as you caffeinate with friends (though note, he only takes water in his coffee). He is also feline fine when it comes to cats, demonstrating patience and respect. The same can be said for getting along with older children. His indoor behavior is impeccable.
He also stuck to his New Year’s resolutions, dropping an admirable 13 pounds - feeling guilty yet? Then let Oliver get you moving with a meet and greet at Lily’s.
You won’t regret it and he may be just the independent, laid-back companion you didn’t even know you were searching for.
For information about adopting a dog, call 707-787-7010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.