Clutch! 

1 2 Weeks | Bulldog Mix | Champagne and White Coat | ALMOST House trained | Perfect Second Dog | High Energy | Great with Children| Working on Leash Manners | Small animal Friendly 

Hello World, I’m Clutch! I am an absolute ham. I love to be silly and do parkour around the house! I am a confident boy, who loves to explore. In fact, the only thing I love more than exploring, is other dogs! I haven’t quite learnt how to play politely, but I am working on it with my foster siblings. I play hard, but nap harder! I spend my down time in the crate, to keep me from exploring the house without supervision. I sleep through the night in my crate, and you can even hear me snoring if I’m really pooped! I am still learning how to hold my bladder during the day, and slowly getting better. I would do best with someone who is able to continue my house training while being home more often than not, until I am a superstar at holding it! I’m learning my basic commands, as well as some good leash skills, but will need a family would has lots of patience. I have a short attention span, and get easily distracted by things in my environment. I love to greet my foster pawrents with a waggy tail, and kisses but it takes me a little while to build a bond with people/kids.

 

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I am not afraid, or nervous, but it may take me a little while to show you my true silly self. I am not into what people call “cuddling”, because I am not used to staying still. I think I could get the hang of it as I get older, and if I meet the right family. When we first meet, I may give you a wag and then run off to explore.. don’t be offended, this is how I process! If you want to win me over, my favourite game to play with humans is tug! I am going to be a strong boy, so it would be ideal to have someone who can hold the other end of a tug and not fall down! I am very bonded to the other dogs in my temporary home, and would do best in a home with another young dog. I may be a little too “in your face” for an older or small dog. I have been exposed to horses, goats, chickens and cats while being in a foster home. I would do best in a home that will take me on adventures, hopefully with a dog sibling, to keep me active and tucker me out!