To be eligible to adopt Aslan, you must be an approved adopter of GRRMF. If you are already on our approved adopter waiting list, an adoption coordinator will contact you if you are matched to meet this pup’s needs. Visit our How to Adopt page to review our process, policies and application. Please pay special attention to the sections on puppy facts, children and dogs and fences on our website prior to submitting an application for a puppy.
You won’t be able to stop smiling once you meet this energetic young boy. Aslan is the happiest guy and loves both people and dogs. As soon as he locks eyes with one of his favorite humans, he flashes his big smile and immediately runs to them with his tail wagging.
Aslan is staying with 2 other dogs and he gets along with both and is engaging in more playtime with them each day. His foster family’s beagle wandered into the feeding room and helped himself to Aslan’s food, but Aslan was a perfect gentleman and happy to share. When his foster family is petting the other dogs, Aslan will nudge them aside so they can pet him instead. He follows his foster mom around the house and even gets up with her during the night so he can stay by her side. He is very affectionate and loves to be touched!
Aslan knows commands like sit, stay, down, and wait. He is very enthusiastic and sometimes jumps a little too high when he greets people. He is practicing sitting still so he can say hello without knocking anyone down, especially very small children. Aslan’s foster mom says he can be a bit like an alligator when he eats so he is learning how to be more gentle at mealtimes. Aslan has a sensitive tummy so slowing down could help with his GI issues.
Aslan is crate trained, but can get a bit vocal if he is left alone for too long. He mostly uses the crate when his foster family is not at home. Aslan doesn’t have many fears, but the Roomba will send him running in the other direction. Also, he isn’t a fan of recycling bins so be prepared for him to stop in his tracks and start barking at them when he is out for a walk.
Aslan is very curious about the world around him and he loves to explore. This sometimes means he wanders into places he shouldn’t be so he needs a close eye while he is learning about boundaries. He would do best in a home with an active family because he is very energetic and needs a lot of exercise and playtime to wear him out.
Aslan will be the perfect sidekick for all of your adventures!