|Looks Like:||Ridgeback, Rhodesian
|Current Weight:||56 pounds|
|Date of Birth:||2015-03-30|
|Age:||2 years, 11 months|
|Other Info:||CGC Trainee|
|Dog Score:||3 - Has had mixed notes about interacting with dogs in the shelter or at home. A candidate to live with other dogs.|
|Cat Score:||3 - Has had mixed interactions with cats|
|Child Score:||3 - Mixed notes around children.|
|Home Alone Score:||3 - Has mixed notes about being left home alone|
He's an active guy: he loves chewing on a bone, massacring a squeaky toy, etc. He's got a bit of a bum leg right now that the APA medical team is going to look at, but he's not letting it slow him down. He loves going on the trail, wading in shallow water, and rolling around in the grass. When he's back to his fully-four-legged-self, I think he'd be an awesome running and hiking companion.
Alonso does have epilepsy, but is on meds managing the issue. He takes his meds like a champ, so that's a non-issue. That epilepsy doesn't take away from his zest for life--he's a loving, fun, active dog on every front. I don't know how you don't love a guy like this!