21 months
I am working on it! Accidents can happen.
Obedience training classes required
Good with Children?:
Good with Dogs?:
Good with Cats?:
Maybe - I met one at the vet clinic and was just curious

Hi! I'm Avalon. My foster mom is always telling me to "play that funky music, white boy." I've tried to tell her that a) she's not funny and b) she is really showing her age by referencing that song. I was surrendered after my former owner had a change in life circumstances. I currently live with two Boxers and we all get along great. There is also something called a teenager who lives in my foster home. She spends a lot of time staring at her phone but we hang out sometimes, too. I've had some training classes in the past but I look forward to attending more with my new family. It will help to build up my confidence. I am somewhat shy/submissive but warm up once I get to know you. A home with another dog would be good, because I can draw confidence from him/her as well. I love walks and toys and belly rubs. Oh, and treats. I am very food motivated. Breakfast and dinner are the two best times of the day. 

The best home for me would be one with lots of patience and love. Change is hard for me, so it's important that my next home is my forever home. What you'd receive in turn is a sweet, adorable, funny, trainable youngster who'd love to be your new bestie. My foster mom says that my white eyelashes are the cutest thing in the whole world so if that's your jam, too, let's meet and see how it goes.  


If you are interested in adopting me...

  1. You must be a resident of Wisconsin (or the U.P. of Michigan). We rely on personal visits as the best opportunity for an applicant to learn about a dog. Please note that the dogs are located in foster homes throughout the state.
  2. You must have an application on file first. Please apply. Need more info about adopting first? Check out our adoption information for the whole scoop.
  3. Please use the form below to indicate your interest in me. Approved applicants and former adopters are welcome to inquire.
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