Zeus -  ADOPTED!

Weight: 110
Location: Baltimore, MD
Nicknames: Zeuski, Moose
Good with other dogs?: Yes.
Zeus enjoys the company of other dogs and would love a canine play mate. He can be pretty happy meeting a new dog.
Good with cats? yes
Good with children? yes
Activity Preference: Low maintenance overall but needs quality outside time.
IQ: Smart
Zeus’s favorite things: Bones, peanut butter, balls, car rides. CATS!
Zeus is good at: meeting people, behaving in the house, going for car rides, walking on a leash, cuddling
Ideal home: another dog, a fenced yard, other: cat
Training Needs:
Health issues: Zeus’ previous owner said Zeus has food allergies. He looked pretty uncomfortable when he first came to foster with us. On a grain free, pea free diet, his skin has cleared up. Benadryl helps with flare ups.

Meet Zeus

There are so many wonderful things to say about this big moose of a dog. He was surrendered by his family during a divorce. It’s sad think about this amazing companion doing nothing wrong to lose his family but he deserves more care and attention than what he was getting.

Zeus is a lovable, cuddly dog. He’s a great companion who loves to snuggle in on the couch. He’ll also obey if he’s not allowed on the couch but, come on, he deserves a nice, cushy couch.

Zeus checks all the boxes. Friendly with people, other dogs, cats, kids. He is good on a leash, good in the car, and behaves in the house. He enjoys outside time and going for walks. He’d keep you company in the kitchen if you want and will listen when directed out. He’d love a canine playmate or a friendly cat, yet he’d be fine as the only pet. (He’d be happiest with another furry friend.) He isn’t afraid of thunderstorms or the vacuum cleaner. He will bark at a door knock/doorbell.

I can’t find the words to emphasize what a great dog he is. At least once a day we remark on him being ‘such a good boy’ and we mean it. We love this guy and would love to find a family who will appreciate him for all his wonderful qualities.

Because he’s camera shy, our pics don’t do him justice. He has beautiful brown eyes that show immense gratitude and contentment when you pet him. His coat is turning soft and even shimmering a little. He has so many cute faces and gives one of the best tilted head looks ever seen on a dog!

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