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PERRY – Going to the Dogs Rescue proudly says that Ari has blossomed into a handsome, self assured, confidant and goofy young man.
While he still struggles with concepts like eating pajamas is not a good idea and toilet paper is not a yummy snack, he has mastered ‘sit,’ ‘stay,’ ‘shake’ and ‘down.’
“His antics keep us laughing, and on our toes, constantly and his ears are a thing of wonder,” said the Rescue in a press release. “I mean seriously, have you ever seen more perfectly, deliciously, fantastic ears in your life?”
He is still working on meeting and greeting other dogs in an appropriate manner and because of such he would probably do best as the only dog in his forever home.
The Rescue says that this is not to say he is aggressive in any way, he is just very easily excitable and sometimes he comes on a little strong. That excitement can be perceived as a threat by other dogs and can cause problems, but Ari certainly means no harm. He is still obsessed with peanut butter but has also branched out and now has found a love of some veggies, including carrots.
In the winter you will be very safe from any invading snow flakes if Ari was to come live with you, as he is an avid and fierce snow flake hunter. He will chase those little buggers down and pounce on them! No snowflake is safe with him around.
“When night night time comes, Ari has gotten much better about getting in his crate, we have to coax him in with a treat or a toy but there is no longer the prolonged barking and whining and carrying on that there used to be,” says the Rescue. “He settles down nicely and goes right to sleep with no drama. He is perfectly house trained and goes right to the door and paws at it when he needs out.”
PHOTO CAPTION: Ari. (Photo/Going to the Dogs Rescue)