Name: Snoop Dogg (Snoop)
Location: Independence, MO
Sex: Male
Weight: 85 lbs
Spayed/Neutered: No
Age: 1 1/2 yrs
Good with Men: Yes
Good with Women: Yes
Good with Dogs: Can be picky with other male dogs; did fine with meeting female rottie (see video). Evaluator thinks he will do fine with a male dog if intros are slow and decompression is followed!
Good with Cats: No
Children: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
Medical Issues:
Rabies: Feb 23
Heartworm test:
Characteristics: Snoop is a very loving dog. He loves to go everywhere with his family. He loves to play with other dogs but can be picky about other male dogs. Snoop and our older resident dog don’t get along and the situation is becoming difficult to manage. Our older dog is grumpy and snapped at him to which he responded by biting him. He is full of playful energy but also loves to snuggle and nap. He loves food and treats as well. Snoop wants to be friends with everyone who comes to the house.

Notes from evaluator: Snoop is a GREAT looking rottie – perfect weight for his frame and has a big block head – very handsome guy. Snoop is great with all humans and wants love from everyone! They’ve only had him 2-3 months. They found him on FB. The new owners wife knew her hubby always wanted a rottie and was scared he might go to a home he shouldn’t since he was being advertised for free on FB. He has had altercations with the one resident male – he seems to do fine until the resident male gets growly and then Snoop will react. I believe he is protecting the adult human female in the home when this happens. Snoop did well meeting my female rottie today – he was interested…but only in playing with her. Two-week decompression will be very importantI think once he is neutered and after a good 2-week minimum decompression (very slow intros), he could live with another male. I tossed a treat on the ground and he took it immediately – he will also catch a treat if you toss it to him. He also ‘speaks’ when you have treats present as he has been taught that a bark (speaking) will get him the treat. Snoop was fairly good on leash – if he gets ‘on’ something, he will pull but was very easily redirected. He does know sit, speak, down and come. The current owners have older teenagers and he does well with the 2 daughters and 1 son – due to his size and jumping I would suggest 10 yrs and older. The previous owners said he was around 8-10 yr olds and did fine. I think Snoop needs to be rehomed as soon as possible! There was another dogfight today and Heather seems close to being done and unable to continue doing this. I also think Snoop is spending quite a bit of time tied up to the tree outdoors so with the temps rising this is a concern for me.