Hi there! My name is Stryker. I’m a year old, 26 pound, Terrier mix (although my foster mom thinks I may have some Italian Greyhound in me with my long body and legs!). I’m a sweet, goofy boy once I come out of my shell and get to know you, but I also love to PLAY PLAY PLAY!
Here’s some more facts about me
🐾 Because of my past of not being socialized with humans, I need a patient, calm household with people that will give me time to get accustomed to them. As a result I would do best with a confident dog or dogs to show me that humans aren’t so bad. I like to mimic other dogs behaviors, so a well-behaved pup(s) would be best. I am very good at taking corrections from my foster brothers and sister and have quickly fit in with the pack. Click here to see my rescue journey.
🐾 I would do best in a home without small children, as their unpredictable nature and noisiness scare me.
🐾 I have been consistent with using the potty outside and I’m good in the crate and have been doing well crated by myself sleeping quietly overnight.
🐾 I’ve learned to love going for walks! When I first got here, I didn’t understand what a collar was and didn’t like leash pressure, but now, I enjoy going for a stroll preferably with one of my foster brothers or sister.
🐾 Playing is my favorite activity! Squeaker toys are my favorite, but I would much rather be wrestling and running around with another dog, like you can see here. I have learned to play on my own when my foster brothers and sisters are no longer interested in playing
🐾 I am very food motivated and attentive, learning to sit and do other tricks quite quickly.
Do you have a patient, calm household and extra love to give? Are you interested in experiencing how rewarding it can be to help a dog learn what it’s like to be a spoiled pet? If so, I could be the dog for you. Apply today!
This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.