Sunday, February 8 - Gaithersburg, MD

Date:  Sunday, February 8, 2015
Time:  10:30 am - 12:30 pm
218 Kentlands Blvd, 
Gaithersburg, MD 20878


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Mellow Cup (#140918)

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Mellow Cup is a 7 year old Chocolate neutered male.  He is approved for kids 10 and up and is good with dogs.  He weighs 110 pounds but needs to lose at least 15.  He is heartworm negative.  Mellow Cup is a nice boy who is friendly with other dogs, cats and people.  He does get startled with fast moves, so it's best to go slow with him as he gets used to his new surroundings.  He walks well on leash.

Update from Mellow Cup's foster family - 1 /10/2015

Mellow Cup has come so far in the last few weeks. He is fully embracing the house dog lifestyle including lounging on the sofa and beds. He is a big goofy boy that LOVES to play with his canine foster sister, but also loves to cuddle on the sofa and watch a movie. Mellow sleeps in a crate next to our bed and doesn't wake up until 7:30. We have given him the opportunity to sleep free of the crate, but he prefers sleeping in it. Mellow is really good on the leash and he very rarely pulls. Mellow is also great in the car. He is exceptional with all of the dogs he has met, nothing but a wagging tail with everyone. Mellow is looking for a family with another dog that likes to play and would do best with a family that isn't gone for a long work day. He is such a wonderful, sweet boy.

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