Coda – Adopted

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We expect a great amount of interest in Coda and ask that everyone inquiring please be patient while waiting on a response. TIA❤️
Name: Coda
Age: 1 yr
Sex: Male 
Previous Life: Owner Surrender 
Weight: 14 lbs
Altered: Yes
Housebroken: Yes
Good with dogs/cats/kids: Yes, but will be shy at first and takes time to warm up to new dogs. May not be the best with an overly active dog but he will REQUIRE another dog in the home that is confident/Yes/Yes, per previous owner. Older children preferred.
Likes: Toys, chewing bones, tug-of-war, playing with my foster siblings and parents, running in the yard, going on walks.
Dislikes: Sudden movements and loud noises
Crate trained: Yes
Fenced yard required: Yes! Very quick and can be skittish.
Special Needs/Notes: Eyes may require lubricating drops
My name is Coda, and I’ll be your best friend once I get to know you!
When I came into my foster home, I was nervous around people, other dogs, noises, and fast movements. Now, I’m a completely different pug! I’m much more confident and am showing everyone just how sweet and funny I can be! I love to play with my foster parents, siblings, and toys. There were small children and cats in my old home and I got along great with them too.
I love to snuggle and give kisses to my foster parents. I will hop right in my person’s lap when given the chance! I also make the cutest happy noises when I see my foster daddy.
I like to be with my people and will follow them from room to room. I would love a home that has plenty of time and attention to share with me. When I do have to be alone, I do well in my kennel.
I’m housebroken aside from a few accidents when I was first adjusting to my foster home. I’m not a marker and at my previous home I even learned to use a potty pad in the garage when the winter weather was bad.
I do still bark at unfamiliar people and dogs. I haven’t been around many new people so that is something we’re working on. Sometimes I even bark at the people on TV! Even though I bark at dogs I don’t know, I’m still nice and show some interest as long as introductions are calm and I have some time to warm up.
I’m looking for a forever home to give (and receive!) lots of love. My perfect family would have time to spend with me and understand that it may take a few days to warm up to them. They would also help me learn to socialize and get more comfortable around other people and dogs. I’m an affectionate and charming guy, and would love a family that helps me show it!

Interested in adopting? Email our adoption coordinator and let her know why you think your home is a perfect match!

Coda’s minimum adoption donation is $500.

PLEASE NOTE: All of our adoptable dogs are not adopted on a first come, first serve basis. We match the dog with their right family. Please read all of their bio’s before applying and if you feel you and your family are a fit, then please read about our adoption procedures.

June 28, 2023