DOLLAR and SIMBA are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.

Age: 2 years
Sex: Neutered male
Estimated Breed: Shepherd X
Weight: Approximately 45 lbs
Good with dogs?: Yes
Good with cats?: Unknown
Good with children?: Yes
Special/Medical Needs: No
Energy Level: Medium

Adoption Fee: $850 for the bonded pair
Foster Home Location: Strathmore, AB

Dollar, well here is a good baby for you. Dollar definitely gets his confidence from Simba. Dollar may be bigger, but he is a huge baby.

Dollar has the sweetest of personalities. He aims to please and does all he can to make you happy. He listens very well and comes when called.

Dollar sees Simba as a lap dog and wants to be the same lap dog. He loves to cuddle and be right beside you. If allowed he will lay with you on the couch and if not allowed, he is quite comfortable laying on the floor by your feet. He will follow you everywhere just to make sure you are ok.

I have not left Dollar alone very much, but when I have he has whined a bit and then settled pretty quickly. I do allow Dollar to be free in the house when I am away. He has not wrecked anything or got into anything he is not supposed to, but he will get whatever he can reach off the counter. We are working on his counter surfing. I keep things pushed back and he seems to not be interested in trying to get at it.

Dollar doesn't seem to mind the cold, but does not last long on colder days. He will still go outside to do his business and then races back in on the cold days. On nicer days he likes to wander the yard and check everyone out. If Simba barks at people he will follow by barking too. He will listen and stop when told

Dollar loves to play, he will get the zooms and race around the yard and back again. We are working on the fetch, sit and stay. He is catching on but more training will be needed. Dollar is good on the leash and walks well with me

At night Dollar sleeps in his kennel with the door open. I do have an X pen around his kennel, if I take this away and give him free roam of the house he will keep pacing and not settle. He has no problem going to bed in his kennel, which is kept in my room so he is not alone.

He has not been cat tested, but loves kids and adults. He can get excited but does not jump on you. Once he settles, he is a huge love bug. He needs to be reminded that he is not a Chihuahua LOL

These 2 boys are amazing and have so much love to give. Any family would be so lucky to have them