Callahan

Sex: Male

ID Number: 5923

Breed: German Shepherd Dog / Mixed (short coat)

Age: 1 Year 3 Months (Birthdate: 8/29/2020)

Size: 50.5 lbs. (Medium)

Other: Neutered, Vaccinations current, Microchip

Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

Adoption Fee: $250

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Name: Callahan
Size: ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs 
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.    
Other:  Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Not Apartment-friendly

 

Callahan is looking for a loving forever home to give him good ear scratches!

 

Foster Home Feedback 

11/1/21: Hello, I am Callahan. I’m tall, lean, lovable, and still a puppy in my mind.  My favorite things are walks, car rides, and snuggling by or on you. I just want to be where you are.  You will be amazed at how flexible I am, bending this big body into a small ball.  I haven’t had any accidents in my foster home, I’d rather go outside, so consider me potty trained.  I am looking for someone who is home a lot and has a big yard for me to run and play.  You must be willing to work with my anxieties of being left alone, maybe another dog to keep me company would help.  I would not be good for an apartment setting as I bark and whine in the kennel. I have been left out to roam in a small area, sometimes I’m good, but have also been naughty.  I am very willing to learn if you will take the time to train me. I know basic commands, like treat puzzles, and am the best dog ever if you are with me.

Please come meet me, I just want to be loved in a forever home.   Callahan

9/18/21: Callahan came to 4 Luv of Dog Rescue with a fractured radius and ulna. He was quickly given the care he needed which included a plate and screws. He was also put into a splint to stabilize him through the healing process. Following his procedure, Callahan came to my house for the first few weeks of the healing process. 

Callahan was kept on strict crate rest these first few weeks in rescue. He was crated while I was at work and kept in a pen-type area during his healing process. He received a lot of mental work since he was physically unable to exert energy. Callahan was let out briefly to do his business and then would have to go back to his penned-in area for the first 2-3 weeks. After some time, Callahan was approved for short leash walks so was started walking a couple of houses down from mine. He knew his limits and would pick up his leg when tired. 
 
As Callahan began to get more comfortable in my home and started to feel better. He is a young pup who did as well as he could being on restricted activity. We got through the first few weeks by using positive training techniques, puzzle toys, lots of chews, and most importantly snuggles. Callahan was very interested in wrestling and playing with my resident dog which meant he needed to be kept in his pen more often than he preferred. Callahan also happened to not love his kennel and pen area. 
 
From day one, Callahan has been sweet, curious, playful, and a little bit mischievous. He would love a dog friend to play with and people to snuggle with! Callahan is just a young pup with his whole life ahead of him. If he could talk, I think he would say thanks for being rescued and being given relief from the pain he came to the rescue in. 
 

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