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Animal Details
Badger
ID#:183032
4Yrs 6Mths 2Wks old Large Cross Breed Mix
Weight: 68.2 lbs
Sex: Neutered Male
Location: Animal Community Center - Milpitas
I've been adopted!
About me
Personality: Badger is a very sweet guy who will bond with his people very fast and be a loyal companion. He is an energetic boy and enjoys long walks on beach, hikes and runs. Badger has shown to enjoy a company of a well matched canine companion that can be his buddy so they can navigate life together. Great energy level, mostly quiet although he does occasionally bark at strange noises, does great and walks, and loves human attention! He LOVES chasing squirrels in the backyard. Overall an awesome guy! Badger is known to have some barrier frustrations and leash reactivity towards unfamiliar dogs that will need to be worked on using positive reinforcement techniques. Badger knows basic commands and is potty trained. Badger has a training scholarship funded by the Pedigree Foundation.

My care had been sponsored by Martin Estrada!

History: Badger came to us from another shelter and spent some time in a foster home with two small dogs. He was then adopted for few months where he lived in adult only household with another large male dog.

Dog/Cat skills: Badger can be tentative at first when meeting new dogs and he does best with polite, playful canines. Once he knows the dog he will bounce in play, run around and wrestle. He would do best with a canine companion who respects his boundaries, is loose in meeting and likes to play chase.
From his previous home we learned that Badger will chase a cat if they run. He would do best in home with no cats.

Leash Skills: Badger pulls on leash and would benefit from wearing a 'front-clip' harness.

Medical: Badger had a dental in our care. It showed he may have some poor enamel quality due to a congenital condition (he was born with this tendency) or due to exposure to a medication or a virus when he was very young. The poor enamel will make him more prone to dental disease. He had 2 incisors (front teeth) removed due to crown fractures.

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