Belgian Shepherd Malinois : : Male (neutered) : : Adult
I would love you more than you can imagine.
Please adopt me!
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Duke of Michigan - $ 350.00
Hi everyone, my name is Duke! I am looking for my forever home, and am hoping you can be my person! I am 2 years old, and neutered. My foster measured me and says that I am 24-26” tall and weigh a healthy 80 pounds. I am healthy as a horse, and don’t have any medical problems. Enough about my stature, and numbers, lets chat about what kind of home I would love!
Here are some things about me. I am not a very brave soul, so it seems that I MAY get along with cats. I do like other dogs, as long as they are not mean. I am not a challenging guy, and need some ccccccourage, so I do need help in that department. I would love someone to look up to and teach me that things are ok, and that I can trust. I have met farm animals, and I liked to run along with them. I am unsure about cats, but I back down to anything that challenges me. I like kids, riding in cars and going for walks. I am unsure about strangers and loud noises, but with proper introductions to strangers and your help, I will be a good boy. I don’t really like taking a bath, but I will settle in the tub, once I am in.
My foster tells me I am a social butterfly in public. They have taken me to stores, and all kinds of places, and I love all the attention. I prefer women, but don’t mind men with a slower introduction. Oh, and with the kids, I sometimes don’t remember that I am 80 pounds. Maybe older kids are better so I don’t accidentally knock someone over.
I love taking naps and being with my person or people. I don’t really care about playing ball much, but will chase it a few times, and then will rest. I do like pleasing my person, and like obedience training to keep my mind busy. I am doing great learning how to walk on a leash, and boy do I love walks. I do know some commands like sit, stay, come, down, get in the truck and my favorite- it’s time for bed.
I am being trained to go in my crate. I don’t like it much and hate it when you leave. That will need to be something that we work together on. I would love a home where I don’t need to be in my crate much, but understand for short periods of time.
If you think you could give me a great home, please get a hold of my coordinator. I am waiting impatiently, as I would really like a family to call my own.
Please contact Coordinator Diane Miller Foy with questions at email email@example.com