Update October 2022:
Graham is now 6 months old and still loves to romp and play. Yes, he is a Great Pyrenees/Husky mix, but he is not as large as you would think. He is more the size of a Husky with longer legs. He loves to cuddle and also loves to play. He really enjoys running around playing with other dogs, so he requires a fenced yard to really make him happy. Graham is house broken and will let you know when he needs to go out…or just when he wants to go out and run around. He knows “Crate” and goes right to it for bedtime or when his foster Mommy has to go out. Graham is so loving and patiently waiting for his furever family who will love him always.
Graham is the quintessential puppy. He romps, he plays, he runs, he gets the zoomies, and he cuddles when he’s all worn out. Graham is only partially blind. You’d never even realize it though. He can do everything a sighted dog can do. He even does stairs. Graham is completely crate trained and doesn’t ever potty in his crate. He does great in the car, and likes to go on walks. He does incredibly well on a leash but sometimes feels extra playful and tries to bite your legs while walking. He loves to chase after kids and other dogs. Graham is a hoarder of every type of dog toy. He likes to pick them out of a basket and bring them to his bed, slowly, until he’s literally buried in a pile of toys. Graham has the absolute best fuzzy coat. He’s so soft and fluffy, and actually sheds a lot less than we thought he would. He will truly make a great addition to a family.
Graham was adopted!
- Sex Male (not neutered)
- Size Large (13 lbs)
- Age 11 months old(DOB Mar 1, 2022)
Good with other dogs? Yes
Good with cats? Unknown
Good with children? Yes
Currently fostered in York, PA. (Transport is available)
- Vision Vision impaired(Cause: Trauma, persistent pupillary membrane)
Graham has the diagnosis of trauma to one eye, causing scar tissue and partial blindness. The vet is unsure if it will heal at all, but believes he will always be mostly blind in that eye. He has very decent vision in his other eye, though that eye does have a persistent pupillary membrane. He is otherwise very healthy.
Graham is looking for his forever home. If you think it could be yours, read more about Adopting from BDRA before submitting your application below.
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