Rambler - in Maine
Posted Jan. 2022
This lover boy is about a year old and is the most endearing guy! He stands right up to give you a hug and is super gentle about it. He is 49 lbs but still needs to fill out some more so he will be a good size boy at possibly 60 lbs. Rambler is one year old and was abandoned at a rural post office in the south. He is loving life now in his Maine foster home.
While Rambler can be a little bit nervous at first and “velcroed” to his humans, he warms up and becomes a playful pal and a total snuggle bug. He loves his squeaky toys and his human brother. He enjoys the company of other dogs and would do well with a canine buddy; he enjoys playing with his foster brother; he'd like to play longer and harder but is respectful of his dog buddy. He has cats in his foster home and he is interested in them but they don't oblige and run. He seems to lose interest as soon as they are out of sight, but would benefit from some more training if
if he is going to live with them. When he goes on walks, he will plunge his head into the snow like he's looking for critters and he will chase leaves that blow by- it's the cutest!
Rambler is a "leaner" and can trip you up when you're walking because he is right there by your feet. 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 is a chewer, and will hoard shoes and toys, so he needs supervision, doggy-proofing, and would benefit from some basic obedience training. He is making great progress with housetraining, and has had only a few accidents inside as he learns how to let his humans know he needs to go out.
Rambler has a great personality and is so looking forward to bonding with his forever family.
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.