Adopted June 2017.

This little bundle (4.3 lbs) of cuteness is Max!  Max has adjusted extremely well to his foster home and everyone in it.  He is eating well and responding well to everyone in the house, including the resident dogs.

He gets along with all of the dogs in the house and loves running in the yard with his new friends.

He has not shown any interest in toys and he is afraid of the resident cats.

He seems slightly food possessive but is learning that not all the food in the kitchen is his and he must only eat from his bowl.

He loves people and doesn’t refuse anyone’s lap!  He is ever-so-slightly hand shy when hands come reaching down for him, however, he gladly reaches up to be picked up for cuddles.  Whether he’s in someone’s arms or settled on their lap – he loves people and is a real cuddle-bug.

Max is crate trained but he prefers to be where people are.  When he first arrived in his foster home, Max marked inside the home.  Understandably, he is in a new environment and there are other family pets in the home.  His marking has subsided but he should be monitored during any transition period to ensure good bathroom habits.  He must be taken outside on a regular basis to ensure success.  He has improved while in his foster home and will, no doubt, continue to improve with positive reinforcement and regular bathroom breaks.

Due to Max’s small size, if his furever family has children, they must be respectful of his size, space, and comfort and be supervised.  Overall, this 4 year young bundle of sweetness is a loving, playful, well-adjusted dog who will make a great companion.

If you would like to adopt Max, please fill out an adoption application for him. You can also purchase a sweater and/or blanket for him, or any of our other foster dogs.  Please consider becoming a CCRT Sponsorship Angel for any of our fosters, by making a donation towards their care.