More About Me: Everyone really wishes they knew my history so they could figure out why I have such a split personality. I am a normal, happy, playful, bubbly, kissy puppy, but if I am crated or cornered, I become defensive. That’s why I need a family who will understand and work with me. Food-motivated, I am easy to train. Check out my videos. You’ll see how happy and peppy I am. Did I mention kissy? Oh, so kissy I am! Filled to the brim with love. My favorite toy is — well, I love them all: toys, dogs, children, adults. They’re all my favorite toys.
Paz – Adoption Pending!
5 months old
January 10, 2018
What am I?
Neutered male Pomsky
White, blue eyes
15 pounds (as of 5/11/18)
Experience with Children:
Though unverifiable, Pet Harbor was told I was raised in a home with children. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met two children: an infant and a preschooler. Except when I am crated, my experiences with them have all been positive. They’re a lot like me: puppies. So we have fun together!
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats, but as a young pup, I probably had no issues with cats. On 6/12/18, Pet Harbor performed a test for cat-friendliness, which I passed with flying colors. I see cats as I see dogs: friends and playmates.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor was told I came from a house with several dogs. I passed my dog-dog tests. Since coming to Pet Harbor, my interactions with other dogs have been all positive; in fact, so positive, Pet Harbor will only let me go to live in a home with at least one other dog for me to have a playmate. In fact, if you want to adopt a pair of dogs, the best companion for me would be my mother, Favuzza, also available for adoption.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Experience required with dogs who have behavior differences
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Patrice Paz. Also, my name originates in Latin, meaning peaceful, quiet, and tranquil. Though my history wasn’t peaceful, my name reflects a hope that my future will be.
Several dogs, myself included, were taken from our home and held by animal control at an animal shelter. When we were able to be released, two of us, my mother, Favuzza, also available for adoption; and I, came to Pet Harbor.