|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Entered Foster Care ||Fence ||Kid Friendly ||Another Dog ||Cat Friendly|
|3/2015||Physical fence ||not tested||Not Required||Not Tested|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Introducing Grizz, the most adorable, lovable puppy ever. He is 10 wks old, and was just neutered today.Grizz was named after a very special RAGOM boy, who just recently passed away. He had a very rough start in life before he was surrendered to RAGOM, but that soon changed after he entered his foster home. His foster mom put her heart and soul into rehabbing Grizz, and by the time he was ready to go, she said no way Grizzy boy, you are mine !!! I can guarantee Grizz did not put up a fight to that decision. Needless to say Grizz had a amazing life and lived happily ever after with his mom and fur siblings. He was loved dearly. Grizz Jr here has some pretty tough paws to fill to live up to Grizz, but I think he is understanding that as he is responding to his name quite well :)What I can say about Grizz Jr is your typical pup. Always into something, chewing something and leaving little trails for foster mom to pick up. In other words he is not housetrained :) He is learning to go potty outside on command and like I mentioned above already knows his name. Smart boy !!!He is your typical golden. Loves his four legged foster siblings, people, sticks and the outdoors. We were just up at the cabin a couple of days ago, and what I can say is he was in heaven. Loved all the different smells, sticks galore and many adventures to go on. I would have to carry him in as he did not want to come in. Just wanted to hang outside and enjoy the outdoors.Now on to why Grizz ended up with RAGOM. He was born with a slightly defective right eye so the breeder would not be able to sell him. So the next best situation was to surrender him to RAGOM to help find that very special family for him. Grizz has seen a vet for his eye, but now needs to see a specialist to figure out what is going exactly is going on with it. Currently it is a little smaller than the other, and the vet is thinking that he does not have peripheral vision in it. This means that he cannot see out of the right side of the eye. But, hopefully we will know more on April 8th when he sees the specialist. What I can tell you is that when I throw a ball or stick and he goes for it. No problem there, so I currently I do not see any huge impact on his vision, but like I mentioned we will know more once we see the Dr.As you can expect Gizz is a waiting list pup only, and you can only imagine how hard it is going to be going through all the wonderful apps I will get for this sweet boy. But if you are interested, make sure you make contact with your placement advisor.