If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out our dog adoption questionnaire and e-mail it to AdoptionCenter@homewardtrails.org PLEASE VISIT THIS WEBSITE TO FIND THE ADOPTION QUESTIONNAIRE: http://www.homewardtrails.org/adopt-a-pet/adoption-forms/ Cayde is a beautiful retriever/terrier mix originally from Chatham, VA. He has a beautiful deep red/tan coat, is medium size, an adorable doggy smile and THOSE EARS! Cayde loves to play, but also snuggles up well next to his people. He's happiest when he can exercise and take long walks. Cayde was lucky enough to meet Tom Wilson and Washington Capitals this week for the annual calendar photoshoot. Despite this new found fame, he wasn't too starstruck and is still hoping the next great superstar he meets is a new mom or dad! He is crate-trained, and goes in happily to lay down or rest. He does great riding in the car and meeting new people. He will need someone to help him a bit while walking on leash as he gets excited and pulls, but with treats and commands he listens well and stops. He's just excited meeting people and dogs -- not aggressive -- so with a little more training, he will do great. He's a big love bug and full of personality. Come meet him this weekend! Adoption Coordinator: Adoption Center Location: Adoption Center The adoption fee for this dog is $375. This fee INCLUDES spay/neuter and microchip. Every adopted Homeward Trails animal comes with 30 days of free pet health insurance. We are proud to partner with the following veterinarians who offer a free first exam for your animal, exclusively for HT adopters: Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Palisades Veterinary Clinic, Sunshine Animal Hospital and Clarendon Animal Care and all VCA Animal Hospitals. Additionally, any VCA hospital will cover illnesses up to $250 at no cost to any Homeward Trails adopter. We also provide a 30-minute phone consult with a professional dog trainer at Fur-Get Me Not within the first 30 days of adopting - just for HT adopters in the Arlington/Alexandria area. Start your new dog out on the right foot with this valuable, expert advice and guidance FREE! You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like way stations between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save dogs before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please check out our information about fostering by visiting http://www.homewardtrails.org/foster-a-pet/dog-and-cat-foster-program/