Zeppelin in about one year old. He came as an owner surrender from a home that found him and had him for 5 months. The had an older male pit bull and they boys just didn't click. Zeppelin had way too much energy and zero training so he came to BRLA to learn and to find the right home.
He arrived like a tornado and could go from zero to a hundred immediately. This boy could not contain himself at times. He was so fun and funny. But he needed to learn to control his impulses. And he has.
Zeppelin is a very good student. He went from a whirling dervish to a dog that is now helping new arrivals at BRLA. You should see him prance on leash. Like he's leading a parade!
Zep needs a very strong leader to keep him on track. He has worked hard at BRLA and needs to continue with a solid routine and keep his self control. An active owner, like a runner or skateboarder will satisfy his love of physical activity.
He has made selective canine friends at BRLA but some dogs are not his cup of tea. He would do best as the only dog in the home to have the down time to continue working on his social skills in public.
An adult only home or at least teenage or above is recommend for Zep's wild abandonment.
A home with a yard is a must for Zeppelin to be able to burn off energy through the day.
He will grow up to be a great dog in a home that understands the needed commitment to continue training him.
THE BEST HOME FOR ZEPPELIN SHOULD