Dog:Waldor Wallingford
Age:4-5 years
Weight: 50 lbs
Location: Philadelphia
Nicknames: Wally
Good with other dogs?: Yes.
Perfectly perfect with his female foster sister!
Good with cats? other: Unknown, for now. His foster mom has a suspicion he will be good with cats. He will be cat tested.
Good with children? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with kids under 10, OK for kids over: We do not know his history and he is not in a home with children but his foster mom thinks he would be just fine with a dog-savvy home and kids about 8 or so.
Activity Preference: Needs in-house activities, Low maintenance overall but needs quality outside time., Will go with the flow, other: Waldor isn’t crazy active but he would probably enjoy a walk once a day.
IQ: Smart
Waldor Wallingford’s favorite things: People!
Waldor Wallingford is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, walking on a leash, cuddling, playing
Ideal home: a fenced yard
Training Needs: leash training, other: Waldor is not horrible on a leash. He pulls a little.
Health issues:

Meet Waldor Wallingford

Meet Waldor Wallingford! This boy is a muscular short stack with the most adorable face pranced his way into his foster family’s hearts! Waldor comes to ABR from a southern shelter where he was a stray. He’s great with other dogs and is very affectionate and playful. Waldor is about 4-5 years old and weighs about 55 lbs. He was a bit underweight but is putting on a few needed pounds quickly. He’s perfectly happy chewing a bone, playing with a stuffy or resting his head on your lap. He’s great in a crate and free in the house. He is not destructive. He gets a long great with his canine foster sister taking her cues and correction when she doesn’t want to be bothered, which is a lot! Waldor is more interested in human attention anyway! Waldor “Wally” Wallingford is a great little (ok he’s little to us) guy who easily settled into his foster home becoming a part of the family. He will be an awesome addition to a lucky adopter’s home and heart!

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