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Caelum

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CAELUM

Breed: Lab mix
Gender: Male
Age: 8 months old
Size: Medium/Large
Where you can find me: At WAG

 

Energy Level: expected to be medium/high - right now he's a little shy
Training Goals: Mandatory training session booked in with a WAG approved trainer - to help with his confidence with meeting strangers and new experiences.
House trained? Getting there! 
Kids? 16 years+
Cats? Unknown
Dogs? Yes, with proper socialization
Medical Needs: None

About Me:

Hi, I'm Caelum!

I arrived to WAG in April and boy it's been a bit of an adjustment! Keep an eye on my profile as once my confidence grows I'm sure I'll be keen to show my likes and dislikes and true personality! 

A few months ago I was brought into PAWS - Pemberton Animal Wellbeing Society with my littermates. We had almost no interaction with humans for the first few months of our lives. Slowly the staff and volunteers helped us gain confidence and learn to trust humans! 

I have really enjoyed the yard with my friends at WAG, I like to chase after balls! Sometimes I'll have bursts of energy and do zoomies around the yard!

I LOVE to play with my brother Sol and my buddies Hero & Marvin, we all like to wrestle over a toy or run around and chase each other! I can be quite a playful puppy once I feel comfortable! 

I also have just found out about couches, boy do I like those! I hope my family will have lots of comfy couches that I can claim as my own. 

The girls will have me leashed to them and let me help with chores, so far I am doing really good with all the new sounds and things, mops & laundry machines, there's just so many things I've never seen or sniffed before! 

I am still unsure of new situations and surroundings but daily my confidence grows. I am looking for a home that will provide me with endless patience, keen to participate in one on one training and loads of love.

I am pretty shy when you first meet me, so any potential adopters should be prepared for multiple short visits to the shelter.

Due to my nervousness of certain surroundings and situations, my new family will be required to purchase a GPS tracker, to ensure complete safety if something should spook me. 

I am working on not having accidents in the house, I have gotten a lot better, but still, have an accident in my kennel overnight 🙁

I need a home that is committed to me and ready to give me a life with love and adventure for the rest of my years. I can't wait to find my forever home.

 

My Story:

My life before arriving at PAWS is a mystery, a few months ago I was brought into PAWS - Pemberton Animal Wellbeing Society with my littermates. We had almost no interaction with humans for the first few months of our lives. With the help of this small organization, they were able to get my confidence up and help me learn to start trusting humans! I still have lots to learn and hope that with arriving at WAG they will be able to find me a loving forever family. 

If you cannot adopt me at this time, please consider donating to either of these small rescues, WAG works closely with PAWS - Pemberton Animal Wellbeing Society and help when we can!