Tyus 2017

Tyus is one of the most amazing pups we have ever met. The fact that he is fully trained and excellent with kids has really impressed us from the start. One of my favorite things about Tyus is how he “talks” to us. He does the cutest little grumble to let us know when he wants something. We are still trying to figure out what he wants each time but usually it is a walk or just some love! He is the
best walker and absolutely loves exploring the neighborhood. He struts down the streets proudly and even lets my kids walk him without pulling.

Tyus is a pretty low maintenance dog who just wants some love and a good walk. He has been able to free roam our house since the day we got him and he has never once had an accident or chewed on anything. Another thing we have observed in
our short time with him is how great he is when we are eating meals. He doesn’t beg and usually seems pretty uninterested in our human meals. He will come give us a sniff and then go lay down. We have definitely fallen in love with this boy and know he will be the perfect pet for someone! Must love doggy kisses – he is definitely a licker 🙂

 

Sex: Male
● Age: 4 or 5
● Weight: 50 lbs
● HW Status:
● Tail: Super small nub 🙂
● Ears: Big and floppy
● Spay/Neuter: Yes
● Good with male dogs: Unsure
● Good with female dogs: Yes (he had two female roommates at his last
home)
● Good with small dogs: Yes
● Good with cats: Unsure
● Good with children: YES – amazing with the kiddos! (We have a 5 and 7
year old)
● Energy Level scale 1-9 (sleepy –energetic): 4
● Intelligence scale 1-9 (silly-genius): 5
● Friendliness scale 1-9 (aggressive-affectionate): 8
● Playfulness scale 1-9 (not playful-very playful): 3
● Disposition scale 1-9 (anxious-calm): 8
● Nicknames: TyTy, Grumble, Tiger
● Favorite food/toy/treats: He likes any soft treats and peanut butter in a
bone. He’s not super interested in toys yet.
● Must be in a home that has the following: A human willing to take the lead
and show him the rules. He is so well trained that he feels the most
comfortable when he knows the expectations and that someone is in
charge.
● Is a fence necessary or is leashed exercise sufficient?: Leashed exercise
is enough for him. We let him out in our fenced yard but he much prefers to
go walk.