Location: Taiwan Earliest to Arrive: March 25 2020
Breed: Formosan Mountain x Approx Birthday: Mar 5 2019 Gender: Male Weight: 12 kg Height (head to toe): 65 cm Length (chest to base of tail): 75 cm
Neutered?: Yes Special Need: N/A Previous injury: N/A Food brand: Solution/Acana Kibble Things to work on: Fear for men; general puppies
Kid Friendly: 4/5 *Dog Friendly: 5/5 Cat Friendly: ? *Barking: 2/5 Chewing: 3/5 Separation Anxiety: 2/5 Fear for Adult Men: 3/5 Active Level: 4/5 Velcro Level: 4/5
Harness Trained: Yes Potty: Mostly Outdoor Basic Commands: In training Pee Pads: In training Ever Been Alone in Home: No
*Dog Friendly: Plays well
*Cat Friendly: Not lived with one but will not chase outdoor cats
*Kid Friendly: basically friendly and peaceful. cautious and nervous with overly hyper children.
Fear for Adult Men: Darting and hiding; might have been abused; don’t know why.
Chewing: Remnant chewing from puppy stage; should subside with age and proper exercise/stimulation
Rescued in mid June around 3-4 months old along with 3 other pups. Possibly because Henning hid under a car and got ran over by one so he was limping when spotted. The rescuer took him to the vet and the vet stablised Henning’s bone in position and let the broken bone healed on its own. Henning has since recovered fully and it does not affect his activity level!
Henning is very clever, or if you will, “cunning.” He loves women and dogs, and is extremely observant. He will take advantage and manipulate if the leader is not stern enough. Henning will take around 3 days to 1 week to get used to a new environment, and dislikes being crated or tethered during the day. That being said, he’s okay being crated during the night and sleeping in one. Henning is currently a homebody because of his timid nature. He is cautious and smart, and because of it, he’s reluctant to go out. He will have accidents in the new environment, but will stop once he trusts the new place. He’s super food driven and grooming is a breeze! Henning will need a family that is patient, loving, confident, stern and experienced. Once he’s bonded, he will be a wonderful little guy to hang with!