Calling all yogis! Archer would like to practice yoga with you. His best stance is downward facing dog.
Kidding aside, this little one really does have the most perfect playbow. And he really, really wants a loyal human companion. Cuddly, affectionate and so eager to please, Archer would be the most devoted sidekick ever. He loves to be with his people.
Archer needs someone he can rely on. He needs someone to help him gain confidence and learn new skills. He’s a shy one, and while he likes nothing more than cuddles and loves with his people, it takes him a while to trust new humans.
Archer’s previous guardians surrendered him to Meridian Canine Rescue because they couldn’t manage his fear and anxiety. While we know that Archer has gotten along with children and dogs in the past, we think that he would do best in a home with very dog savvy family members. He’s pretty clear about letting us know when he’s stressed out or scared, and we want to make sure he goes home with people and animals who can respect his communications. Archer is good with dogs and children, but he is not housetrained.
So, what do you think? Do you have the time to get to know Archer? Are you good at reading body language? If so, please bring the whole family in to meet him during the rescue’s open hours.
The Meridian Canine Rescue, 501 E. Scenery Lane, is open from 12 to 5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. The rescue’s phone number is 208-794-0944.