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|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-23-00522Darby (male)|
Darby is a 10 year old, perfect family pet. He was originally bred as a show poodle but was losing to his brother due to his smaller size. He is about 11 inches at the shoulder and weighs 12 pounds. He is highly trained and has impeccable manners. He goes to his crate automatically when we sit down to eat a meal and never enters the bathrooms in the house. He is a free feeder with a high quality kibble and enjoys raw chicken wings when we can keep him separate from our 5-year old. He asks to go outside to go to the bathroom and has a sandbox designated for that purpose. We are experiencing two issues with him which require us to find him a new home. First, my husband suffered a brain injury that has put him on disability for about 6 months and our 5 year old son suffered a ruptured appendix so the hospital bills and expenses have limited our ability to give Darby the immediate and possible long term care he may need. At this point, he is in need of a dental cleaning and tartar removal. He also has a small hernia that is not causing any issues. In the future there is potential of needing repair, but no concern at this time. The second issue is our 5 year old son. He surprised our family with his entry when the youngest of our four older children was 18. Darby had become accustomed to the attention of the adults and, though he is very good with our son, he prefers the company of older kids, about 7 years old or so. Our son sits with Darby and feeds him treats and kibble one piece at a time and Darby patiently waits, even if our son takes a piece back because Darby took it too fast. Darby is absolutely not aggressive, and is a very strong companion. He is able to be off-leash and listens for his name although he can be distracted by chasing geese at the park. We always walk him with a gentle leader leash because he tends to want to go faster than we do. The photo was taken after his last groom, right now he is in need of a hair cut! (Less)
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Poodle Dogs can make good pets in Oregon if they match your IifestyIe. Poodles come in several different varieties which are classified based on size. Generally, smaller Poodle varieties tend to be more hyperactive while larger Poodles are more mellow. Poodles love people and are good with children and other dogs. Poodles are easy to train. This breed can live in an apartment with enough daily exercise.
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