ID Number: 6942
Breed: Black Labrador Retriever / Doberman Pinscher / Mixed (medium coat)
Age: 2 Years 1 Month (Birthdate: 8/14/2021)
Size: 54.0 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Neutered, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
New People: Friendly
Dog Friendly: Yes
Adoption Fee: $250
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Learn More About Rubix
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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, Dog-Savvy Cats only
Celebrate Homecoming during the month of September -- help a rescue dog graduate to a new home!
4 Luv of Dog Rescue is sending a little extra Luv along with the first 15 adoptions of dogs with this Homecoming Special noted on their profile. When you adopt one of these dogs, you will receive the following:
- New Wire Kennel (Value $60)
- $25 Gift Card to Natural Pet Center
- 30# bag of quality dog food of Rescue choice (Value $50)
- $50 Gift Certificate for use at Down Dog Studio (Value $50)
- Bonus tools which may include some of the following: leash/collar, treats, toys, etc.
This Homecoming adoption package has a value of over $175! Apply today and be a winner!
Rubix is a happy boy looking for his forever home
Foster Home Feedback
** Dog-Savvy Cats only (cats that know how to deal with dogs)
9/20/23 Volunteer Feedback: Rubix and I went to a local park tonight, and he was the GOODEST boy while we were there! He walked excitedly for 3 laps around the park but was not unruly and stopped tugging on his leash with verbal reminders. We saw other people, AND other dogs. He was a well-mannered pup and didn't bark, but did watch them intently as they went about their interesting strolls. After thoroughly sniffing the perimeter of the park we settled down in the shade for some scritches; and we scritched, and we scratched, and we scritched some more.
Rubix is a very smart young man; he knows come, and sit already. We worked on Lay Down, and while he is understanding the challenge he isn't proficient yet. He will need a good home that is eager to teach him brand new tricks. He catches on quickly, if not the first time. He is an attentive student and aims to please, also....treats are very motivating to this guy. Rubix is laser focused and spent a solid 15 minutes trying his best to do what I wanted and was so happy when he succeeded each time. He did act like a baby shark twice and took the treat from my fingers roughly (how rude!) but a gentle reminder to Be Easy and he was back to gently nibbling the tiny treats out from between my fingers.
As we walked back to the car he recalled and sat on command repeatedly. He loads easily into the car, and sat quietly in the back while riding. When we got back to the shelter, he didn't want to get out of my car but after some snuggles he jumped out willingly. We did some more scratching in the shade, and he happily fell asleep rolled up in my arms. He likes snuggles and kisses on the nose, but did not give me kisses back. The little baby does have personal space of his own but minded none when I intruded in on his space. He scooched as close to me as possible and really leaned in to whole body snuggles. He went to his kennel without any problems, and was excited to see other volunteers.
All in all a fantastic trip to the park with this boy. Guys, dog lovers, lemme level with you...he needs someone to rub his belly, someone to snuggle his face, someone to make him feel safe and comfortable while he finally relaxes and blissfully falls asleep. He works so hard to please humans, he will be a great house dog. Maybe your dog?