When meeting Max, most people have to fight their urge to take him home and cuddle him all day. I myself was wondering if he’d just escaped from Build-a-Bear. He’s been in the TAGS program since February. His current family had to make a hard decision to surrender him. They wanted the best for him, as they realized that they won’t be able to take care of him anymore, due to unexpected family troubles.
Max sees a potential “petting assistant” in every person who approaches him. He will lick your hand, wag his tail and melt your heart. Not necessarily in that order! And after each petting session, he expects a cookie. You can’t blame him—if you are good at something, you should never do it for free. And he is mighty good at being your teddy bear that came to life!
He likes to chew on ropes or sticks and is used to roaming free in a big backyard. His favourite treats are apples and carrots.
He knows how to “sit” and “wait,” and he’ll do these with extra eagerness if you have a treat at hand.
He walks well on a leash. He’s a medium- to high-energy dog, so the more you can exercise with him, the better he will feel.
He gets excited when meeting new dogs, and he gets along with all of them, thanks to his calm and friendly nature. Max is always trying to win cats’ hearts, but they don’t appreciate his efforts at playing. Max is also very good with children.
Overall, he is a laid-back dog who will be happiest if you give him some belly rubs, treats and a nice walk outside. In exchange, he will always be there for you to cheer you up just by being cute and fluffy!
|That’s the spot!
|He was falling asleep from all the rubbings!