Barney D2360 (old D1401) Pepito


Barney D2360 (old D1401) Pepito

Barney (Watch my video!) was rescued from Hayward Animal Shelter 1/7/05. He was there since 12/6/04.   He was adopted but now returned to FFR June 22, 2009 because his family now has twin toddlers and less time.  He was also nervous of the kids.  He is gentle and sensitive.  Happy boy who is friendly and well behaved.  He enjoys being petted on his head/body but not his rear/hind leg (he will warn/nibble).  No medical reason.  Behavorial.  Now that is comforable at his foster home, he trusts her and no problem.  He prefers not to be over-coddled.  He's very frighten of the vet office and hates vet exams.  Good with other dogs when he lived with 3 others.  Nice to new gentle dogs.  Will bark back at assertive dogs.  He loves his walks to sniff and good on leash.  He enjoys lounging around at home and will follow you around. Knows the doggie door.  Loves treats and will sit on command.  Obedient and well behaved at home.  He needs a  experienced Cocker Spaniel guardian, someone around more and stable routine.  No kids.  Quiet and stable adult home.  He is soulful and adorable, quirks and all.

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Details of Barney D2360 (old D1401) Pepito

Name: Barney D2360 (old D1401) Pepito
Type: Dog
Gender: Male
Breed: Cocker Spaniel
Age: 18 years 4 months
Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn with White
Size: 30 lbs.
House trained: Yes

Shots Current: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Special Needs: Yes
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Yes
My Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTFH5C6qAIU
Host: Furry Friends Rescue
Organization: Furry Friends Rescue
Date Added: 1/8/05


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