Reason for being in rescue: Farley was originally found as a stray in SC and taken to a local shelter. CPR pulled him from the shelter. Farley was adopted and lived in a home for almost a year. He was returned to CPR this summer when his owners were unable to manage his behavior. Special Needs: Farley is an epileptic - controlled. He is takes medication 3 times per day. The medication he is on is called keppra. What kind of home would be best for me? Farley would do best in a high energy experienced home with no other animals. He is fabulous with people. Not so much with other dogs. Owner Experience Level 5: More than 10 years as dog owner. Has experience as a dog owner but has had no challenges behavior or medical to work with What is my personality like: Farley originally came into the rescue from a South Carolina shelter as a stray. He was adopted a few months later but recently returned due to not getting along with other dogs. While he was here with us the first time, Farley got along great with other dogs, but that did not work when he was in a home. We think once he is comfortable in his own space and claims his home he does not like to share his things and will resource guard toys, his crate, and sometimes even people. Other than that he is a joy to be around! He adores toys, especially tennis balls and will play with his toys all day until the cows come home. Farley is also very intelligent, and will do anything for a treat. He knows how to sit, lay down, stay, and possibly even a few more. He loves people, there is not a shy bone in his body. His previous adopters had a wisdom panel DNA test on him. It turns out, he is not a Corgi at all! His main breeds are Alaskan Malamute, Chow Chow, Dachshund, Golden/Lab Retriever. A true Heinz 57 pup that is looking for someone to understand his needs. We've left corgi on his description simply because he is long and low looking like a corgi. How do I act when I first meet new people: Friendly Tips and Tidbits: Farley has a lot of potential - he just needs an experienced owner to give him a chance! House trained: Dogs can be house trained if they are in the right environment and are allowed to follow a schedule as long as a physical reason doesn't keep them from being trained. A dog house trained in my home may not be in yours. We will help you teach your new dog this necessary skill and based on your schedule.
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