|Spayed/Neutered:||Scheduled prior to adoption|
|In foster Home:||Yes|
Napoleon was found on March 23 alone on a street corner on the near west side of Cleveland. He was not wearing a collar, did not have a microchip and he was not neutered. The Good Sam that found him reported him to the local animal agencies as well as vet clinics to try and locate his owner. They also went door to door and utilized social media as well as lost dog websites to report him as a found dog. After a week he was surrendered to our rescue to find him a home. We also reported him to the City of Cleveland Kennels and Cuyahoga County Kennel as a found dog, listed him on our website as a found dog and shared him in social media.
Napoleon is now fostering with a family and living with 2 adults and 2 large dogs. He is adjusting well and will soon be socializing at daycare (after he’s neutered of course). We will have more information on him in his foster report coming soon. He is scheduled to be neutered later this month, he is up to date on shots and now has a microchip.
Napoleon has a lovely disposition. He is gentle and sweet, he likes to cuddle up by your feet or on the couch. He interacts well with the other dogs, but he does not need to be in a home with another dog. We have not seen him interact with children but we have no reason to be concerned, we think he would be fine with them. We have not seen him interact with cats.
He is house trained and crate trained – he has had minimal accidents adjusting to his new foster home.
He does not know his basic commands of “sit”, “stay”, etc yet. He does not know proper leash walking etiquette. We believe he would learn quickly, and he is making great progress every day.
He really is a sweet little dog. He shows no signs of separation anxiety. He also loves car rides.