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Warrior, aka C Ya War Chief, is a handsome 7-year-old white & brindle male born July 5, 2005. His sire is Kiowa Sweet Trey and his dam is Fuzzys Apache making his grandsire Wigwam Wag. Warrior has no races to his credit on Greyhound-data.com. He was adopted out by another adoption agency, but after getting out of the former adoptive home several times, the agency was notified and contacted GALT to take him into GALT's family. Warrior came to GALT heartworm positive but has successfully completed his treatment and is now heartworm negative! He is a sweet and very affectionate boy. Warrior is being treated for corns, and is responding well. Warrior is also being treated for Chronic Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS), which is a disease caused from a hypersensitivity to bacteria contained within the plaque which coats the teeth. He was briefly adopted, but the corns were interfering with plans to agility train him, so he's back and looking for a relaxed home where he can chill out and be a pet.

Warrior's cat test: Warrior passed his initial cat test. However, after living with cats for several days, he has proved to be unreliable with the kitties. He wants too much to play with them - at his size, "play" can hurt... However, Warrior is good with small dogs.


Warrior is the most regal looking boy in the tribe! His noble looks are enhanced by a stunning Roman nose and brindle spots. He is very affectionate and gets along well with other dogs but likes to be first to go out or come back in in a spunky kind of way. His house manners are great. He's never had a potty accident, likes his crate, and doesn't counter surf. At night he sleeps in my bedroom with the other dogs and sleeps through the night even if one of the other dogs wants to go out.

Just the suggestion of a walk gets him all excited, but he settles down and walks well on his leash. He's quite strong and will try to take advantage of an opening door, but we are working on that. Warrior is a fun-loving boy who likes to play and gnaw on a good bone. He is learning to run around the backyard with the other dogs and loves it! He thinks riding in a car is fabulous and he'll wait to be told he can come out. He's not a barker unless he sees a squirrel or thinks he's been outside too long - then he'll give 2 loud woofs. This tall, classic looking grey is one-of-a-kind!