These Amazing NBDT Pups Are Looking for Loving Homes!
Here at Naughty Boyz Dog Training, we understand that sometimes dogs require rehoming, due to a HUGE variety of reasons. We know this is never an easy thing to do, and our intention with this page is to provide an avenue to help families find the right fit for their four-legged loved one and avoid further overwhelming the rescue organizations in the community.
If you are interested in any of these fantastic friends please fill out one Adoption Application linked here and send to the email address provided on their profile. Each doggy guardian is entirely responsible for the rehoming process and if you are interested in one of these pups, you will be working with their family directly. As this page is a platform for information only, Naughty Boyz Dog Training is not involved in, liable, or responsible for any part of the rehoming process. Guardians may choose to engage our services throughout the re-homing process, but this is as a training relationship with all related fees and restrictions.
Are you looking for a distinguished older gent? Calm, patient, loving? Well, I'm that guy! I may be older but that also means I'm wiser… *wink*. Don't let my age fool you though, I still have the energy to run a few laps around the yard and play a good game of fetch!
I'm not a fan of other dogs though, when I see them, I bark and growl at them to go away. What does the world need another dog for when it's got me anyway? While my foster home is working with me on my dislike for other dogs, I don't want to live with one. Because of my fear of other dogs, I need someone who can commit to my training to help me work through it and learn how to cope. I'm easy going in other aspects though.
As mentioned above, I do have a bit of arthritis in my back end, but an injection every six weeks takes care of that for me and I don't mind you giving it to me. It's easy peasey. So, what do you think? Are you looking for me?*
Tucker is a sweet old man, who loves his people. However, he doesn't like being surprised or startled, due to this he would do best in a home either without children or with teenaged or older children who can respect his space. He is good with cats.
Tucker would do best in a home with someone who can be home a lot of time as he does suffer from some mild separation anxiety. Tucker cannot live with another dog as he gets high anxiety around them, he is leash reactive to other dogs though we are working on this with a professional trainer and we have a team helping with his training. Tucker resource guards high value objects so will need a human to support him while he learns that sharing is caring! Due to Tucker's size, age and arthritis, he is not crate trained.
Tucker needs someone who can handle his size, and commit to his training so that he can continue to work through his anxiety towards other dogs. Tucker is a cuddler, loves to give kisses and just wants to hang out. He has a very gentle demeanor and has been referred to as a gentle giant.