Sancho

Age: 7 Months Old

Gender: Male

Adoption Fee: $700

Special Needs: no

  • Tolerant of children
  • Tolerant of dogs
  • Tolerant of cats

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Sancho

Sancho here!  Today I joined rescue!  

No sad stories for me. I had a family and 2 small skin brothers. Everyone loved me and there was a lot of tears and hugging when we said our good-byes. But it was time. I had spent a lot of time by myself when my Mom went back to work. 

I am 7 months old, and everyone knows a 7-month-old puppy has a lot of energy and needs someone to play with just about 24/7. There was a family meeting, and everyone listened to me and they understood that I was not happy hanging around at the house all day by myself. After a while I just found myself waiting for someone to come home and play with me.  

I love to play ball. I can run like the wind, and play keep-away all day long. I have a lot of toys and I might have been known to pick up a people shoe ever now and then and do a little chewing, but if I can find my bones, I am happy to chew on those too.  

Well, I am going to sit with Dr. Larsen’s and tell her all about the family I have in mind. Dr Larsen is going to squeal when she sees me, she is going to say that I am the cutest puppy she has ever seen!

8/15/22 Update:  Sancho is settling into his foster home. He knows his name and responds to it. This adorable guy is almost 7 months old and about 40 lbs. What a cutie!! I just want to squish him all the time, especially with that soft coat of his. 

He’s super sweet and his tail is always wagging. Sancho is house and crate trained. We’ve had no accidents. If you pay attention to him, you’ll see him head for the door. If not, we just take him out often. After all, puppies need to go out a lot!

He loves to play, loves balls, all toys and really loves to go for walks.

Sancho is a great little (well, maybe not that little) walker. If he gets ahead of me too far, I just call to him and he slows down. 

Sancho gets along with all dogs … sometimes too much, especially smaller dogs. His play style is to jump on top of them, which does not always go over well. He’s having fun and just wants to play. He does correct well and he doesn’t try to jump on top of bigger dogs. He just sticks his head under them. 

Good news is he can just as easily entertain himself. A few toys and he’s having a party! He does drool so keep that towel handy. 

Sancho is going to be a great addition to some lucky family!