At the sanctuary, you'll likely find Corban, "the self-entertainer", either throwing a ball to himself and chasing it, being a perfect gentleman on walks with our volunteers, or snuggling up and asking for pets from anyone and everyone he knows. His favorite two activities by far are swimming in the pool at the dog park and hanging his head out of the window on car rides. When Corban first arrived at the sanctuary, he was extremely fearful when meeting strangers (especially men), but with the help of his caregivers and some yummy treats, he's come a long way since then and has become a volunteer favorite! Corban has become a volunteer favorite, who has done great meeting groups in Dogtown and getting treats and pets from them. He has lived with dogs in the past, and enjoys the occasional play date. Recently after his friends have been adopted, Corban has been a little picky about his dog friends he lives with.
Corban has an autoimmune disorder called Lupus, which is currently well controlled with a daily dose of antibiotics, and doesn't have any impact on his day to day life.
If you're looking for a sweet hiking buddy who can take over a game of fetch when you need to go make dinner and then snuggle up on the couch and watch Netflix with you at the end of a long day, Corban's your guy.