Batman loves people, is great on a leash, is house trained, and enjoys looking out windows at his rescuer's apartment. He loves walks and cuddling with AAR volunteers. He is looking for a home that will provide guidance, patience, and love. Batman was found scared and emaciated on the side of the road. His rescuers brought him back to their apartment and kept him for several months. Batman was a little fearful of their dog; however, they did get along. Batman had a high prey drive for the cat, so they were kept separate. Batman came to AAR when his rescuers could no longer keep him due to a small apartment and baby on the way. After some time, he became stressed in the shelter environment and behavioral issues, such as clearing a fence and going after other dogs, became an issue. We reached out to a professional trainer to assess Batman, and he is working with him one-on-one daily. According to trainer, Duc, Batman does well with canine socialization as long as he is on leash and the other dog is in a yard. Batman can be reactive, so dog parks are out; however, long walks around the neighborhood are in! Batman would respond best to an adopter who is a leader ready to provide consistent discipline and guidance. Potential adopters will meet Batman with his trainer at Katy Dog Suites. This will allow Duc to review positive-training techniques and tools that work well for Batman. Could Batman be the dog for you? Email email@example.com to set up an appointment. Batman's adopter will have full support from his trainer and AAR to ensure a successful adoption. Weight: 72lbs; Est. DOB 8/10/17; $25 Discount for Veterans and Military on all AAR dogs.