ADOPTED 01-17-13 – Ray is the kind of dog that is a loyal companion, he is affectionate and social. He loves to be around humans and he is eager to be part of family activities. He is patient
with children, friendly with strangers, and accepting of other dogs and pets. He is eager to please and offers a cheerful outlook and friendly nature. He has an average life of 10 to 16 years.
When Ray started out his life, he had no idea how much danger he was in. Small pups left out in the open are often victims of larger animals; it is like ringing the dinner bell for wild life. All he knew was that he and his siblings, 2 sisters and 1 brother, were together. Whoever left them at a church where they were found, thought they were doing a good thing for the pups but there was a 50/50 chance that their story could have been much different.
The rescue angel that found them and could not walk away, has given them a magnificent gift; whatever home Ray and his siblings live out their lives in, their owners will appreciate that special angel for the many happy hours of companionship. Boo Ray’s foster describes him as a very sweet and quiet boy who loves to cuddle. Already he is showing us how very fantastic he is because he is good in his crate and excellent in the car. If you like taking your dog with you to the store or just have a buddy to ride with you, Ray has already had a good start.
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As he grows during the first year, he will require extra exercise every day in order to stay both physically and mentally healthy. A bored pup will often try to make its own fun, which might result in behaviors that are unacceptable to you. We recommend two walks of 30 minutes-or longer-and two short walks of about 10-15 minutes to avoid accidents. It is important that you understand the need for a schedule play time in the yard every day to satisfy your energetic pup’s need to play. To help his need to chew, provide bones, chews and toys so he doesn’t get bored.
Ray is available and has had all his puppy vaccinations. In addition to his medical needs, we recognize that it is very important for a dog that lives with its littermates and has constant positive interactions with people and other animals during the first 3 to 4 months of life will be more stable than a dog plucked from its family and isolated in a cage for weeks. Being raised properly contributes to a dog’s confidence, sociability, and stability of mood. It also positively effects its intellectual development. The bottom line is that a pup raised in a warm, loving family environment is likely to be more tolerant and accepting, and a better problem solver. Her foster mom has made sure that he has had time with his siblings so that they are mentally and physically sound.
Ray is a perfect companion and he needs a unique family that will treat him with the love that he deserves. Not many dogs like Boo Ray come along; he is one of those special dogs that connect with all who meet him. We are committed to make sure that Boo Ray is adopted by a special family that will ensure his happiness.
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