What breed is Bear? Why, he’s 100% scruffalump. It’s a thing, we swear.
Bear is part of a group of very scared small dogs we received from a landlord whose tenant left them behind. They’re all shy and scared, but are coming around beautifully with love and socialization from our staff and volunteers. Bear is the first one who is officially ready to find his new family.
Bear weighs in at 18.7 pounds but should ideally be about 15-16 (yes, he’s a chonk). His adopter will need to help him reach a healthier weight and be mindful of not giving too many treats. We suspect that this group of dogs ate primarily “people food” because the adjustment to dog food has taken time and there’s been more than a little stubbornness on their part.
He may be a bit subdued and shy when you first meet him, but Bear has become a squiggly, playful, happy fella who will absolutely blossom once he’s in your home. He appears to be about 4 to 5 years old. He is neutered and all set to go.