Tucker was a stray that found his way into a rural shelter, and very little was known about him. His foster found that he was very happy to be around other dogs and even the resident cat, but mostly he was a pup in need of LOTS of activity and training to reign in his puppy energy! His foster brother was an old pro at the ways of dogs and play, and Tucker soon learned the ropes as well as some basic obedience. Soon enough, he was ready for his forever home, where he could continue his good progress.
Hi, I thought I'd drop you a line on Tucker. He’s 3 now ( I’ve had him 2 years). Tuck is a very active, energetic and stubborn dog who loves everyone, but on his terms. We have a young grandbaby (18 months now) that taught Tucker a great deal about human packs that come in all shapes and sizes! It was certainly a learning curve for us all, but Jamie adores him and likes to share as you can see in the above pic! Tucker is still very active, and I have always thought he would be great as an agility dog. Hopefully now with Covid lifting, we will find a club to join. We love him dearly, and our old dog now depends on him for eyes and ears when we are in the woods or on a walk.