Dozer can sit, play fetch, and he gets what we like to call the 'zoomies' when he gets super excited. He loves to play tug of war, and he can play for hours if you let him. He DOES NOT like to be left alone for long periods of time. He needs to have a fence 10 ft, or taller. He is a jumper and a runner. He loves going for walks, and is gonna need more leash training. He doesn't like other dogs or cats and would probably do best in a home with kids 12+. He is scared of fireworks and thunder. He likes the water but doesn't enjoy baths. He likes to get snuggles and kisses before bed and his favorite spot to sleep is at your feet. He really is a good dog that will bring you a lot of happiness. He just needs to go to the right home. He LOVES cheese. He loves toys too, but the rope toys he'll eat. He likes to tear apart the plush doggy toys and burry the squeaker. He used to burry all his squeaks in my couch, so when you would sit down my couch would squeak. He has so much love to give. He had parvo as a baby, but is doing great now. He is a good boy and he needs loving patient people around him. Please consider adding Dozer to your family!
Dozer is a participant in the DFWRM Guest Dog Program, so his ongoing care and custody are provided by his foster, not by DFWRM.
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