Rambler - in Maine
Newest Update: April 2022
This lover boy has been in foster with us for a bit and we have no idea why he hasn’t found his happily ever after yet! He is such a cutie with a great temperament, loves to play, and is the best cuddler. He’s one of those awesome dogs that leans into you for affection. Rambler is about a year old is a little over 50 lbs of puppy love but unlike a puppy is mostly potty trained. He even rings the bell to go out! Rambler stands right up to give you a hug!
While Rambler can be a little nervous in new situations at first, he is getting more confident every day. Rambler was abandoned at a rural post office in the south. He is loving his more stable life now in his Maine foster home and is learning basic commands, which is made simpler by his strong food motivation.
He loves his squeaky toys and his human brother. He plays hard with his dog brother and other dogs once he has had a proper introduction. Cats are questionable for this guy. He has cats in his foster home, and he is interested in them, but they run instead of sticking around to visit. He seems to lose interest as soon as they are out of sight but would benefit from some more training if he is going to live with cats. When he goes on walks, his nose leads the way. He will chase leaves that blow by- it's the cutest!
Rambler is an active boy who would like the same in his human family. He might be too much for very little kids because he can be bouncy and mouthy in his play once he gets excited. He loves to chew but can be diverted with fun toys. He would benefit from some basic obedience training.
Rambler has a great personality, is a fun-loving quirky pup who is loyal, quick to bond, and is so looking forward to finding his forever family.
Here are some videos of our sweet boy:
If you are interested in Rambler or any of our cuties, please fill out the adoption application. Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network. It is our expectation that, once approved, a potential family will meet the dog(s) in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.