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Search criteria: Animal is RAM
1 Dog found

   Name: RAM
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   Breed: Boxer Mix
   Gender: Male
   Age: 4 yrs.  Birthday: 12/2014 (est)
   Weight: Medium (30 - 60 pounds)
   Just Adopted!
   Milo ID: 26135
Ram was adopted as a puppy and was recently returned to us. Here are some of his notes.

From the adopter:

Ram is an unbelievably loving and playful dog. He has had training as a puppy from Kathy at Palo Alto Dogs (https://paloaltodogs.com/our-story/). In addition, last year he had 6 weeks of training with Roman Dizon of Calero Canine Education (http://www.calerok9.com/about.htm). He has been pretty good with basic commands -- except for recall. He is good with kids and most adults – although occasionally he acts around some out older ladies. He is generally good with other dogs, especially older ones-- but here again he occasionally plays too long or too rough and can antagonize his playmates. I think the key to Ram’s happiness is a lot of exercise. Unfortunately, we have not been able to deliver on this because of our living and family situation. He also is much better with me because I am clear about the rules and my expectations and he know I mean it. I think with my kids and our nanny he pushes the limits on occasion

From someone who helped take care of Ram:

RAM is a really good and smart dog during the time I had him at my house and for the time he was with Jim's he behaved very well with my little dog they became best friends and he really got along with my daughters and my sister the only problem that I had with is when I had people over that show being afraid of him it seems like that something is wrong and he can bark a lot when something like this happens and one time but definitely he can be really well behaved most of the time especially after he went to training with Roman and. There he used to be with lots of dogs of all kind little one big one and Roman said he got along with all the dogs without any problem but if you prefer you can contact him too I can send his phone number, I wish I would be in a better situation so I could keep him but I really can't afford but we all going to miss him a lot.

From someone who helped take care of Ram:

Ram is a loving, smart, and energetic dog who responds well to training and consistent instruction. He is protective of his family and home and usually greets newcomers with a bark but warms up to most guests quickly. He has experience with older children and plays well with them but has not been in a home with very young children. He has recently been running daily with a group of other large dogs and he has done very well in this setting, getting along and cooperating with the other dogs. He does get very excited when he sees other dogs but is not aggressive in these interactions. His high energy can make other dogs anxious and Ram has a hard time staying calm in these interactions. In the home, he is well behaved with no destructive behavior (e.g. Chewing) and is crate trained. He does need daily exercise and would do well with space to run.

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