DCAWS Featured Dog: Spike


Video Featuring Dog: Spike

DCAWS “Longest Active Resident Dog” Spike.

From Volunteer Joe R:

This video shows Spike after you truly get to know him. Spike takes a long time to gain his trust with you. You have to “respect his space” and understand the term “reactive dog”. You can not force yourself upon him. You must let him take his time to come to you and gently let him get to know you. In this video is a STL volunteer who met Spike for only the second time, but he worked with Spike for about four hours at his first adoption event recently. We are not sure of Spike’s breed, but we think he might be Aikta mix. Aiktas are known not to be warm to immediate strangers, but become loyal and protective dogs once they gain your trust. Spike is well worth the effort if you are devoted towards him. Spike would make a great dog to a single person or young couple looking for a loyal protective dog without children or other pets. Are you the one for Spike?

FacebookPLEASE do more than just watching this video. PLEASE share this video on your FACEBOOK page by clicking on the ‘Facebook button’ to the left. Help us to social network our animals so they may find their “forever home”.
Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R