Canyon County Pet of the Week: Wyatt

Wyatt, 7, is a social, moderately active 64-pound male Border Collie blend who entered the shelter because he didn’t enjoy playing with small kids and possible housetraining issues. He’s been looking for a forever home for two months.

Wyatt prefers being with his people, but is good with other dogs and even cats. His former owner said that he was crate- and leash-trained. Wyatt enjoys quiet time, car rides, running, toys, fetch, and frisbee. His handsome red and white coat will require regular brushing to keep it looking great. Wyatt was known to guard food, so feeding separately around other dogs would be important. Because Wyatt does not appreciate the exuberance of little humans, he will require a home with kids over the age of 8 years old. A home with someone home a lot would be best for Wyatt.

Wyatt’s special adoption fee of only $50 includes neuter, current vaccines, and microchip.

Come meet Wyatt at West Valley Humane Society, 5801 Graye Lane, Caldwell, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Learn about him and other adoptable pets at