Cody is about 4. And a very nice dog! Looks like a cattle dog / Border Collie mix, he has pretty white socks and a white beacon tail tip. But who knows. He's tall, lean and athletic. Cody was deemed 'stray' and been living in Placer County, animal services. His time was up. When he got here, he showed no issues. Allowed me to handle him, warily, but easily. He followed me into the yard. Uncertain of all the dogs behind the fence. It's trial by fire here... sorry Cody. Into the small chain link airlock, one gate separated him from the pack. Once the gate closed behind us, I removed his lead, opened up the gate separating us from the dogs, and he was descended upon by a pack. I watched peripherally while doing my chores, ignoring Cody, while he got the lay of the land. Inspected kennel runs with open gates, all the feeders and located the watering stations. And sniffed and was sniffed by dogs. All very appropriate. He chilled in the big yard with the pack, and initiated play with the grumpiest of all of them! He and Dottie appear to be friends now. He has no issues with male or female dogs, as long as they have manners, and here, they do. This handsome boy has lots of opportunity for good placement. He is highly adoptable. He may have missed out on dog socialization early in his life. But the pack has cured him and he loves being part of it all. Always off leash on our hikes, Cody comes to my coaches whistle or his name. His recall is really gotten good! ! Very smart, obedient, and loyal. Cody gets to be off leash hiking every day, for an hour or 2. He is a joy to watch running free. Cody is now one of the chosen house dogs. Perfect house manners. He uses the dog door, and is so mellow inside. He sleeps in any available dog bed, although he likes the one by me. He's become incredibly affectionate. He's so sweet with my big male dog Romeo, as well as the rest. Cody has become a well balanced and normal dog, who just needed a chance. Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2003324256550310.1073742537.1428374324045309&type=1&l=173a52f241 Adoption fee is $300, includes vetting, micro-chip + registration. To download an application to meet Cody: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: email@example.com Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649. Thank you for reading about Cody, and thanks for considering rescue!
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