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Zero is a 1.5 year old, 39 lb. neutered male mix in Upland, CA.

Zero is 1 year and 4 month old male cattle dog who is very smart, affectionate, and active. Zero is house/potty trained which helps in having him roam around the house, yet he is also accustomed to kennel training as that's how we started him from his pups days.

 

Zero takes his job as a protector of the home very seriously standing guard if any noises are heard in the night. During the day, Zero enjoys running outside while we water our fenced yard, his favorite thing is doing flips and leaps to catch the hose stream mid-air. Zero enjoys walks and gets very excited when we go to the park and run around the field.

 

Zero spends his days in our home with our pug with whom he plays around, chase each other, sit chewing toys, playing fetch, and sun bathing together. Zero has been part of our life since he was a pup at 3 months, his health has always been exceptional since then. His adventurous and active personality was a fun fit with our children as well (ages 4 & 7).

 

Unfortunately, a few months ago, Zero began showing fear aggression towards the children. Seeing this change in him brought some anxiety in us but also caused us to look into how we could help his behavior or redirect this new behavior. The training we have inquired in is out of our budget and the close call of him getting close to one of the children has led us to decide that re-homing Zero would be the best decision for everyone. As someone who survived a dog attack as a child, this is a slight fear of mine. It breaks our heart that the concept of Zero going to a new home is a reality we need to explore but hope that the right person or family would give Zero a chance.

 

Zero is the example of the ideal companion that people seek when wishing for a dog in their life. Zero is healthy, up to date with his vaccines, and neutered as well (proof will be provided). As we receive potential interest in Zero, we would like to ask a few questions such as the type of home he would be going into, lifestyle, family size, etc.

 

As this is not something we even wish to do, we do not expect any adoption fee from Zero's new owners/home, if you wish to make a donation to ACDRA in lieu, that is great as well. We are happy to help with figuring out transportation to the best of our means and hope that we can find Zero a new opportunity to grow and have his energy and personality appreciated and celebrated. He is not only a wonderful dog, easy on the eyes with that beautiful coat, but also good company. Thank you for your time.

Zero is in Upland, CA.

Email dreasalomon7@gmail.com