Tyler is a happy and friendly 8 month old pup who loves a good belly rub. Tyler is a great young dog who is well behaved overall but he sometimes gets a little over excited when outdoors for his walks and playtime. He is probably a little bored. Tyler gets his daily walk, some one-on-one playtime in our dog park and he is outdoors in a large grassy pen most of the day but he is a puppy and he needs more attention and activity than we can provide.
What Tyler requires is a motivated adopter who is prepared to put in the time and effort to give him the exercise, training and mental stimulation he needs. He was superbly behaved during his recent photo shoot and clearly loved the extra attention he was getting.
Smart, engaged and eager to please, with a consistent and committed training regimen, Tyler will be on track in no
High school can be tough, especially going from a small rural town to a large regional high school. Everything seems big, foreign and unknown. For students in the Stanstead area, taking a bus to Galt or La Ruche can take over an hour, one way. Imagine finishing a long day of school at the age of 13, having to ride the bus for an hour and then starting homework. For the first couple of years at Phelps, we would remark on the dedication of the small group that would faithfully come to Phelps every week, knowing full well that many were already exhausted, both mentally and physically, by the time they walked through our doors. For those who did not attend, it must have time. He loves hanging out with people and he'll be much happier in a home. If you are looking for an invested walking or hiking partner Tyler is your guy. He also loves to play ball. Best of all, at the end of the day, he'll be equally happy to chill with you on the couch. The reality is, every dog benefits from training and it's a great way to build a relationship and create a bond with your newly adopted dog. It's a win, win in our books.
Tyler is a good dog with a good heart, he just needs someone to help guide him from puppyhood to becoming a well rounded and mature adult dog. Tyler is dog friendly and seems fine with cats.
Think Tyler might be a good match? Have specific questions? Please send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or better yet give our adoption coordinator Brenda a call at 819.876.7747 any day of the week between 8 a.m and 8 p.m. seemed like the easier choice to not always get their work done; some were able to skate by, whereas others did not. We are pleased to say, at Phelps, that this fall has been incredible. We have participation numbers like we have never seen before: students are getting off the bus in droves, stomping down the sidewalk and coming in to Phelps smiling, ready to work. We used to peer out the window, hoping for just a few kids to get off the bus; now, we do a double-take at the large groups coming towards Phelps. These students are being brave and taking charge of their own futures, making those crucial first choices and deciding, whether they realize it or not, that doing your work and finishing high school is important.
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Phelps’ high school sessions are averaging 20 students per evening, and many benefit from one-on-one attention. We therefore are actively seeking new volunteers, specifically on Tuesday afternoons. If you have a couple of hours a month to spare and like helping others, please consider joining our dynamic group of volunteers to contribute to the success of Phelps’ programs! Please email us at email@example.com or call our offices at 819-704-0799.