Windsor

Label Info
Sex
Male
Age
3 years old
Weight
95 lbs.
Spay/Neuter
Yes
Heartworm Status
Negative
Microchip
Yes
Good w/Kids
Yes
Good w/Big Dogs
Pending
Good w/Small Dogs
Pending
Good w/Cats
No
House Trained
Yes
Adoption Status
Adopted
Location
Pearland, TX

Special Considerations for Adoption: Windsor adores his people, and would do best as an only pet.

Hey Ya’ll! My name is Windsor. Yes, like the castle! Because I’m big! Big paws and a big smile! They say I’m kind of goofy, but I don’t know why. I’m just happy! I do have a lot of energy and big ears. I learned a whole bunch of manners the first week in my new fosters’ house. Y’all, there are two other gigantic boy dogs like me, two smaller human people, and a thing they call “leave the cat alone." But I still like to chase it. Sometimes I play a little too rough for the other dogs and they don’t really understand me.

I love the people! Big ones, little ones, doesn’t matter. People are my favorite!  I love walks. I won’t pull you. My foster mom can walk all three of us boys at the same time with no problems. I haven’t really figured out how to get in a car and there are things that I am still learning in such a full house, but I’m pretty quick at figuring things out. I’ll sit, at first for only for a treat, but now just on command. I take treats more gently now, and I’m getting better about not running out the door like Scooby-doo. I’m also getting more patient about waiting for my food, and me and the other boys never ever fight over it. I know to use the bathroom outside, and I have my own crate that I don’t mind being in (even though I’d prefer to be with my people all the time).

I’m a super smart and loving boy, and I think we should be best friends forever!

From Windsor's Foster Parents:  Windsor is a tall, handsome boy with a big smile and tons of love to give to the people in his life. In the short time we have had him, he has shown how ready he is to make his family happy. He’s super smart, and has learned that he is too tall to give hugs (unless asked), to sit on command, to take treats gently, to wait patiently for his food (work in progress), and not to hurry out the door to go play in the yard (mostly). He gets better every day! He is crate trained, housetrained, and walks on a leash perfectly. I can walk all three 100 lb. dogs on leash together with no problem (though I do get some funny looks)!  Our family has two large (100lb) male dogs that he mostly gets along with, and two young human boys that Windsor adores. We also have a cat.. Windsor will chase her… so a home with no cats is best.

We think Windsor would be happiest in an all-human household. People are for sure his favorite!

He is a fantastic, and friendly boy that will bring years of joy and loyalty to his forever home.