Breed: Lab x FMD (Best guess) Approx Birthday: Apr 25 2019 Gender: Male Weight: 16 kg Height (head to toe): 55 cm Length (chest to base of tail): 55 cm
Neutered?: Yes Food brand: Dry Kibble Things to work on: Teenage chewing + rough playing with certain dogs
Kid Friendly: 4/5 *Dog Friendly: 4/5 Cat Friendly: ??? *Barking: 2/5 Chewing: 3/5 Separation Anxiety:1/5 Fear for Adult Men: 1/5 Active Level: 3/5
Harness Trained: Yes Potty: Mostly Outdoor Basic Commands: Yes Pee Pads: No Ever Been Alone in Home: No
*Dog Friendly: Some small dogs dislike his goofy loud invitation to play
*Kid Friendly: affectionate and very friendly – likes to eat your arm. Dog savvy children are recommended
*Cat Friendly: Have not lived with kitties since 4 months old
*Barking: minimal only when too excited
*Chewing: Still going through the chewing stage
Colin came to Canada at the age of 3 months and was adopted together with another puppy. Colin’s activity demand is higher than originally thought and the family could no longer keep up with his energy level, and is looking to look for a new home for him.
Colin is a happy go lucky doggo and is just the world’s largest cuddler. It’s difficult not to full in love with him. He is still going through a chewing phase where he gets bored of his chewing toys and would want to move on to the shoes. He’s generally quiet unless he gets excited when playing with other dogs. Colin can be a little pushy when he wants to play but another dog simply has no interest in him. Although there is never aggression, many adult dogs, mostly smaller breeds in the dog park find his invitation to play annoying. Colin is very food driven – which makes obedience training easier. He has wonderful recall skills and will do well in hiking trails.
Colin was rescued with his sibling Coy after their mother was trapped by a snapping animal trap and passed away. Fortunately the rescuer spotted the mother and the pups in time, and rescued all of them.