Check Out This “Happy Dude”, Marshall-Tate Up For Adoption
Meet Marshall Tate! Tate came to TCHS as a transfer from another facility. Due to this, we unfortunately don't know much about his history. He has been very sweet and affectionate since arrival and is a big love bug! He had an injury to his front leg and it was amputated at the other facility so he's in the process of healing.
He spent a short time in foster care and was a big hit there! He was described as a laid back, calm, and "happy dude". His tail wags nonstop! He loves treats and is very food motivated. He was unsure about the stairs in the home and will probably need some time to get used to using them.
He did very well with another dog in the foster home. It is unknown if he has met cats, or children. Slow and proper introductions are always recommended when bringing a new animal into the home. It can take weeks or months for animals to settle into their new environment so time and patience are your best tools.
It is not recommended to bring a new animal into the home and immediately introduce it to resident pets. Ask a TCHS staff for tips on how to ease the transition. Regular play sessions with your new friend will help burn off energy and build a bond of trust. His fosters said he was house trained and didn't have accidents while with them.
We recommend providing them with lots of durable toys such as Kongs, Nylabones and Benebones. A trainer would be a good idea to help them build confidence and learn manners. Come meet Marshall Tate today!
Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, microchipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care.
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