Frasier has been in the HOPE program for a sufficient amount of time. He has done well with his training and has learned all the basic commands. We feel at this point, that he has come as far as he can in the program and he is going back to his rescue. He will still be available for adoption. The best home for Frasier would be one where he can have time to settle in at his own pace. He needs a patient person who will allow him sufficient time to acclimate to his new surroundings and not be forced into uncomfortable situations. He would do best in a family either without children or children older than 14.
Frasier is very friendly, highly intelligent and responds well to training. Frasier's handler says he "is doing an absolutely wonderful job socializing" and "does well on his leash." He can give low and high fives, rolls over and jumps through hoops. He would do great with an adult who can give him the patience and love he needs.
Frasier is shy but warms up when given time; Frasier is a great companion who needs to warm up to you at his own pace and not be rushed; Frasier would do best with no children or with children over 13.