Mastiffs to Mutts Rescue, Inc. - MTM
Saint Bernard (medium coat) : : Male (neutered) : : Adult : : X-Large
HATFIELD IS LOCATED IN MCDONALD, PA.
Likes: Hatfield likes walks, belly rubs and being called "handsome guy."
Dislikes: He dislikes unannounced visitors, sharing food, and of course, The McCoys.
Personality: Hatfield is a smart, loyal boy who thinks scavenging the kitchen is his job.
Temperament: Hatfield enjoys being groomed. He is affectionate. He guards resources; If he gets something yummy that he shouldn't have, he will growl if you try to take it. Foster can further explain in conversation.
Energy level: Hatfield is a low energy chap that will get excited in the morning to greet his family and take a morning stroll.
Favorite activities: He loves car rides and sniffari walks.
Good with cats, dogs, and kids (over 6)?: Handsome Hatfield currently is being fostered with 2 dog-savvy cats and a blind mastiff. He occasionally gives the cats a chase and is vocal and assertive with the Mastiff who is sturdy and non-reactive so Hatfield feels satisfied when the other dog retreats.
Hatfield loves and misses children. He is gentle and immediately gives his belly to children. Children must be respectful of his space when he has food.
Not good with: Hatfield is not good with fast approaching male strangers and is protective of food.
Housetrained: He is perfectly housetrained. He goes out about 5-6 times a day, poops twice daily.
Crate trained: unknown
Requires a fenced yard (physical fence and/or invisible fence)? Hatfield is great going out on a leash but a fenced yard would allow him to run just a little.
Walks well on a leash? He is a dream on a leash.
Challenges: Hatfield will resource guard around people food and will position himself between his human and another pet. Foster can better explain. Hatfield will require a decompression period to learn his new surroundings.
Any Medical issues? No known health issues.
What would be the best kind of home? St. Hatfield would do best as an only pet BUT could potentially do well with another passive, large dog. He will benefit if the home is low visitor traffic. As is MTM policy , Decompression time is a must!
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Good with Cats, Good with Kids