Wesley and Wally's Photo Album

About Wesley and Wally

  • Wesley is a in Carlsbad, CA
  • Wally is a in Carlsbad, CA

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About Wesley

Wesley is young and playful. He loves fetching tennis balls. Wesley is a bit of a scaredy cat and will bark at his shadow or unfamiliar objects, but otherwise he tends to be very quiet. Wesley gets along with other dogs, but will act tough and bark for a few minutes when he first meets them. He also seems to be a little nervous around children and takes some time to warm up to them. Wesley is a slower eater, so you have to watch him, otherwise Wally will eat his food. He is sweet and loves to cuddle and lick. He is used to sleeping in bed with me and my husband and he can jump very easily up onto high beds. He will wake you up in the morning with a lick or a tennis ball in your face. He is house trained and he walks pretty well without pulling, but has picked up the habit of marking and barking at dogs going by. Because his brother Wally can't really go on long walks anymore, Wesley gets most of his exercise in the backyard. All you need to do is throw a tennis ball for him and he is a happy dog! He weighs 18 lbs and has no health issues.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: not provided
  • Weight: 15lbs
  • Breed:
  • Tracking Chip: Maybe
  • Neutered: True
  • House Trained: Maybe
  • Gets along with children: No
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Maybe

About Wally

Wally is full of energy, loving, and sweet. He loves to swim! He is protective and barks at noises when the doorbell rings or if her hears a loud noise outside, but otherwise he is relatively quiet. He loves to eat and will go for any food that he can find. Wally recently had spinal surgery (June 2014) and is still in recovery mode. He is not allowed up on couches or beds and should only go on short walks. Wally is not very good on the leash, even post surgery he still wants to pull and will bark at other dogs, so lots of playtime in your yard will work better for him. Wally was really good with other dogs and children, but since his surgery he is far more sensitive. I'd rather him not be around large dogs and young children for his and their safety. Wally is learning to happily sleep in his dog bed on the floor. Wally weighs about 25lbs.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: not provided
  • Weight: 30lbs
  • Breed:
  • Tracking Chip: Maybe
  • Neutered: True
  • House Trained: Maybe
  • Gets along with children: No
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Maybe