2 siblings – Tingu(above) and Brownie waiting for their forever homes
UPDATED STORY AND PICTURES as on 15/12/2012
Brownie is around 3 months old. He responds to this name well although earlier he was called Pinku. He’s well behaved, though still has his naughty bouts. He loves a toothbrush, rubber, and raw hide chew bones. He loves to spend hours in the sun. He’s very loving, loves to snuggle, good around kids and new people, once he’s adapted to the new environment.
He’s been trained to ease himself on a paper, and if the newspaper’s left in the bathroom, promptly goes to the bathroom to ease himself (there have been times when he tends to ease himself elsewhere). With further training he will learn this habit well.
He knows a few commands like “sit”, understands “no”, gives a handshake when asked for a “shakey” and prompted by offering your hand.
He responds to “bad boy”, “bad brownie”, and a tap on his snout, when admonishing him and a treat (pedigree pellets, roti, hard crust bread) when being commended for a behavior.
He is not a fussy eater, enjoys simple rice and dal or dal and roti, boiled potatoes and almost anything mixed with a little kibble.
We’ve been following kikopup’s method of training using lures to suggest an action. He is definitely a quick learner at this young age and will be a good addition to any new family.
Tingu is a little young man, staying at one of AAIDD’s foster homes in Delhi. He is a friendly guy, and thinks of himself as a macho man who can take on bigger dogs. His favourite friend – Snowy is soon going to leave for his forever home, heres hoping Tingu also finds his home real soon!!
His foster family writes, about him:Tingu is very smart – always playing with other dogs. He is not afraid of Elvis, Sikander, Teenie or Rimjhim. He is already strong and knows how to tackle the big ones…He is also very close to people. Everybody loves him at the farmhouse
This baby and his 4 brothers are available for adoption.
Approx dob: August 30th, 2012
Gender: 5 male pups (4 are black/brown + 1 is white)
Their mother is very very affectionate and loving, she’s a bundle of joy and wants all the attention and love. She has a soft coat and the most soulful eyes. She is a great mommy and takes good care of her babies, hardly ever leaving them.
To adopt or foster these babies, please write to Dr. Premlata Choudhary at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 011-24113000.