Energy Level: Low-Moderate
Overall Drive: Low
Location: Puyallup, WA
Squeegee is a special boy just waiting to warm your heart! He is affectionate and engaging, but also fearless and always up for a challenge. Though he’s always ready for anything, he is thoughtful and kind. Ultimately, he just wants those around him to be happy.
Though cautious at first, once he warms up to you, you’ll have a forever friend in Squeegee. He is nervous when he meets new people in his home, but while out and about he is happy to meet anyone. If his handler is by his side, Squeegee will go anywhere. He rides well in the car, is calm around loud noises, and loves nothing more than to be out on walks with his people. Squeegee has done well with a few younger children he has met in his foster home following a slow, deliberate introduction on his terms. He responds to praise, treats, and soft verbal correction. Sometimes his curiosity can get the best of him and he has been known to steal a shoe or sniff at the kitchen counter. He’s not destructive, however, and usually learns quickly once corrected. Squeegee is working on crate training (and is doing very well!) and has mastered basic obedience.
Squeege has done well in his busy foster home, and wouldn’t mind a forever home with just as much activity. He enjoys outings of all kinds, especially car rides, and would be best suited to a handler who has time to devote to his continued learning and growth. Squeegee is a fast learner, fearless, and ready for whatever adventure each day brings. This explorer is ready for the next great expedition!
West Coast adoptions only, HOWEVER, if application is strong we may consider placement in other Western US states.
Our adoption process includes- completion of an application, followed by a telephone interview. If that goes well, we will arrange for a home visit.
Adoption Donation: $500.00
Transport along Interstate 5 (Bakersfield, CA to Bellingham, WA) is available but cost not included in adoption fee.
For all inquiries, please fill out our adoption application first, as the volunteer answering emails is probably not the coordinator for the specific foster home/dog.