by Helen Hartel
An easy-going dog that was previously adopted from the shelter, Spartacus–a Dalmatian mix–was recently returned and has become a bundle of nerves. His best time for relaxation is when he is with a human pal in the “real room,” a place that recreates a home-like environment.
He was turned in because he doesn’t get along with other dogs. However, with people he is the best boy.
Here are some things you should know about him:
- He is housebroken.
- He walks easily, happily and by your side when he is on his leash.
- He is a very smart boy and knows sit, stay, shake and down.
- He really enjoys going for car rides.
- Since he has been at the shelter, he has shown only good behavior.
He was kept outside at his first house, so he really needs to be integrated into a family who will let him live with them indoors. His second family loved him and said that he is a fun, happy guy with a great personality. They said that once he is in a home and feels safe and loved, he no long tucks his tail or just curls himself up in his bed. If you are looking for a single dog that is easy-going and well behaved, then ask to meet him today. But, just to be clear, if you are interested, please be that person that wants an only pet.
Ask to meet Spartacus in the real room where he can be his relaxed and carefree self.
To adopt Spartacus, request A4118810.The Agoura Shelter is at 29525 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Occasionally pets have already been adopted. To check availability, call 818-991-0071 or visit http://animalcare.lacounty.gov.