Tucker – Horsham, PA

 

Owner’s Information

Owner’s Name:

Danielle Sperber

Contact Info:

215-350-9578

Location:

Horsham, PA

Posted on:

December 27, 2022

Pet’s Information

Pet’s Name: Tucker

Biography:

We adopted Tucker just over 2 years ago and while we love him dearly - and are heartbroken that we even had to consider this - we know that the best thing for him and Spades - our 8 year old male dog - would be to find him a home where he is the only dog.
The ONLY reason we are re-homing him is due to male dominance issues between him and Spades.
The trainer we met with over the weekend said Tucker is a great dog but cannot be in a home with another male dog as he will always try to be the dominant dog.
He would do best with a person or family who has the time to play with him and work with him. He's a smart dog and a quick learner. Still has some puppy energy at times but also enjoys downtime both in and out of his crate.
Facts about Tucker:
•Born July 2020
•Labeled as a Rottweiler/Hound mix by the rescue
•Approximately 60 lbs
•Up to date on all shots
•Loves to play fetch and tug of war
•Very loyal
•Food motivated
•Completely house broken
•Loves his crate
•Knows basic commands - paw, sit, crate, go night night, down
•Good with kids
•Extremely gentle taking treats/food by hand
•Loves to be outside in all weather
•Loves toys and bones
•Loves to smile - yes, he smiles
•Extremely photogenic
•So happy to see you when you come home from work/being out
•Extremely intelligent
•Quick learner
•Great personality
•Very inquisitive/curious
•His love language is playing
•Sleeps 9-12 hours at night in his crate. Typically goes to bed around 9pm or 10pm and stays asleep til 7am at the earliest.
•If he has access to his open crate, will put himself to bed most of the time
•Still has some puppy energy but enjoys downtime both in and out of his crate

Breed: Rottweiler/Hound Mix

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: July 23, 2020

Color/Markings: Black with Tan

Weight: 60lbs.

Size: Large

Re-Home Fee: $100.00

Reason for re-homing:

We adopted Tucker just over 2 years ago and while we love him dearly - and are heartbroken that we even had to consider this - we know that the best thing for him and Spades - our 8 year old male dog - would be to find him a home where he is the only dog.
The ONLY reason we are re-homing him is due to male dominance issues between him and Spades.
The trainers we spoke with said Tucker is a great dog but cannot be in a home with another male dog as he will always try to be the dominant dog.
He would do best with a person or family who has the time to play with him and work with him. He's a smart dog and a quick learner. Still has some puppy energy at times but also enjoys downtime both in and out of his crate.

Spayed or Neutered: Yes

Microchipped: Yes

Current on Vaccines: Yes

House-trained: Yes

Crate-trained: Yes

Litterbox-trained: No

Pet Friendly: No

Child Friendly: Yes

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