Ninja

Ninja

  Age:3
Weight: 29
Location: Newtown, PA
Nicknames: Ninjy, Ninny
Good with other dogs?: Yes.
He seems to be 100% fine with other dogs and basically ignores them. All of the dogs he is with are much larger that him and because of his special needs we have not taken a chance.
Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat
Good with children? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with kids under 10
Activity Preference: Needs in-house activities, Will go with the flow
IQ: Smart See videos here: https://www.facebook.com/jodi.specter/videos/10157678365899147        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHVXoTvKor4&feature=youtu.be
Ninja’s favorite things: The boy loves his person the most then he loves everything else dogs love like snackers, breakfast, dinner, marrow bones and stuffies. He also loves to play dress up and has a huge wardrobe!
Ninja is good at: staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, making me feel safe, playing
Ideal home: quiet environment, a fenced yard
Training Needs: socialization with people.
Health issues: Ninja had a really rough start, he has partial paralysis of his back legs that are the result of some kind of damage to his upper spine-neck. He saw a neurologist and they say it is either C6-T2 Myelopathy vs. T3-L3 Myelopathy
He runs, walks and gets around and all control of bodily function.
He was part of a cruelty case and was in a shelter for a little over a year.

Meet Ninja

Ninja (if you are lucky) will love you more than you have ever been loved before. He loves to be carried like a baby and to have you tickle him. He has had a horrible life prior to coming into rescue. He came to the shelter with lots of cuts and scrapes and very skinny. His case took a long time to settle and he was at the shelter for 1 year. It took a toll on Ninja. He doesn’t like most men and he does grab pant legs of men. We are looking for a special home for Ninny. He does so so well with his foster mom and female visitors with enough patience to start slow by giving him some of his favorite treats. Once he knows you he is your bestie. He is doing so so well with his training that he has become very excited when the trainer comes and tries really hard to learn from his exercises. He is really a chill little dude who really can’t go for long walks or hikes but would spend 24-7 sitting with you and chilling.
If you like a little challenge and are open to training tips he is a real treasure.