Arrival Story: Schroeder has been with our group since birth and he is really a wonderful little dog. Schroeder is slated to attend his first adoption event and we know heâ€™ll be a hit. He loves kids and provides them with plenty of kisses and tail wags. When around other dogs Schroeder can be a little timid if they are aggressive but he has made fast friends with all of the foster dogs heâ€™s met. As the first of 11 puppies Schroeder has proven to be the one that was picked on by all of his siblings â€“ that might account for his timidity but he joins right in with dogs that are playful vs. overbearing. Cats would be questionable only because we don't really have a history to go by.
Bio: Schroeder loves toys and can spend all day playing with them. He's not too small, not too big, but just right! He's got a gorgeous fawn colored coat, brown eyes and plenty of wrinkles! Schroeder would be a wonderful companion for anyone looking for a true friend. He is used to using the doggie door and circles to signal that he has to go out for potty breaks. Schroeder is not a barker but does tend to be wiggly when you want to hold him for a long time (although on his own heâ€™ll hop into my lap and snooze). We think that some basic obedience training and bonding will go a long way toward helping Schroeder overcome his timid streak. By the way, he is quite the little chow hound so whomever adopts him will need to make sure he isnâ€™t overfed. Up to date on shots, neutered and ready for his furr-ever home, Schroeder is waiting for someone who is looking for a well rounded buddy to walk/play and maybe even hike with â€“ he loves the outdoors and is definitely worth a second look.