Boomer has been adopted!
Sponsored in memory of Brandi
This bio is going to be short as Boomer is just a perfect little boy and everything else is just detail. Why not just take about 2 minutes and watch his video at https://youtu.be/pbyaKak4T7M….
…See? Aren’t you glad you watched it? Isn’t he great?
If you are looking for a buddy to take to work with you, Boomer would be ideal given his gentle and quiet nature. He would soon become best pals with everyone at the office…and would happily clean up any muffin crumbs that fell to the floor.
We aren’t quite sure of Boomer’s age. We suspect he is somewhere between 6 and 9 years. We only say 9, as that is the age on the vet records from the shelter where he ended up after being found as a stray. His personality suggests to us he might be closer to 6.
Boomer is a Chihuahua cross. He is bigger than a typical Chi, weighing in at about 15 pounds. He is also way more relaxed and laid back than any Chi we have ever met. He is neutered, house-trained and up to date on his shots. He is good on a leash and loves to go for car rides. He rarely barks. He has good teeth, which is remarkable for a Chi and a dog of this size. He loves his food and will never let you forget it’s breakfast or dinner time. The sound of the fridge opening can wake him from a deep sleep.
Boomer has yet to meet a person or dog he does not immediately become best friends with. He exposure to small children is limited, but what we have seen so far has been very positive.
Boomer likes to chew bones and is always up for a cuddle on the couch or floor. At night, he wants in the family bed and often burrows deep under the covers. He just cannot get close enough at night.
Boomer is not a fan of being left home alone. Maybe this is just because he loves his people so much and he wants them close all the time. He will need a home where he is not left alone too much. He will also have to be taught that it is ok to be alone at time.
He is currently living with two dogs and seems to like the company of another dog, especially when left alone.
Boomer is a easy dog to have around. He does not need much. A bed in sunny spot of the house during the day and lots of affection. He doesn’t need long walks (in fact, he prefers to be in the house in a nice soft bed). He doesn’t need endless ball throwing or stimulation.
If you are looking for a gentle, loyal companion, Boomer may be the dog for you.