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1 year 2 months
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)


Q-Lo (4)

QUAKER, Neutered male, 1 Year 2 Months old, 50-Lbs.

If you would like to give QUAKER a forever home, please log onto to fill out online application

About Quaker:
Quaker is a sweet young pup with a loving heart. He is mellow, intelligent, and sweet-tempered; he’s always smiling and loves to cuddle. He’s also friendly and playful around other dogs and cats, either in public place or indoor. He is an absolute sweet boy, anyone can pet him, even a stranger. He is very obedient, well behaved, with no chewing or barking issues. Having been through a miserable past, he never lost his trust in human; he still holds a positive attitude toward his future. Quaker certainly deserves to have a wonderful home!

Quaker’s rescue story:
Quaker was born to a stray mother dog in the feeding area located at an undeveloped outskirt. He was one of the stray pups that survived on regular feedings by the volunteer; he always greeted the volunteer with a non-stop wagging tail during feeding time. When he turned four months old, he disappeared for around three weeks, and then showed up with injured toes on both front paws. Quaker being so young and vulnerable, the volunteer did not have the heart to leave him in the wilderness any longer.
We responded to the volunteer's plea for help and took Quaker over under our care. Quaker was treated for his injured toes and went through a complete physical checkup. Quaker is now placed with a loving foster home to prepare him for future adoption. It took us quite an effort and time to help Quaker socialize with people and adapt to new environments. Having been through different foster homes, Quaker made great improvement socializing.

Now Quaker is very healthy, he has received a clean bill of health with up to date vaccinations. His way to happiness was rough and bumpy. Will you open your heart and welcome Quaker to join your family?

Please watch Quaker’s YouTube videos below:

Social inclination: Submissive
People/Children-friendly: Yes
Gets along with cats: Yes
Gets along with outside dogs: Yes
Skittish: No
Fear of men: No
Barks when unattended: No
Chews things up when unattended: No
Biting incidents: No
Food aggression with dogs: No
Food aggression with humans: No
Energy level: Moderate
House trained: Yes
Leash-trained: Good on leash
Commands learned: Sit
Adapts in new environments? two days
Dog gets to go out with foster family in a day: 3-times a day
Good in car: Yes

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