I am a sweet shy boy who loves to be with other dogs. I play well with others. I am shy when I meet new people, but once I am comfortable with you I am very affectionate. When I warm up, I love to snuggle and be petted by you. I love hanging with my humans when I am not playing hard with my dog playmates. Loud voices scare me so I would prefer a quiet household.
I love to play with other dogs. I am crate and dog door trained. I love to ride in the car. I love to play and wrestle with the other dogs in the house.
Does the dog like children?
Since loud noises scare me I would do better without children. My foster family doesn’t have any children, so I'm not used to the little ones.
I would love a quiet home with someone who loves to cuddle. My foster home doesn't have any cats, so I don't know how I would handle them.
I play enthusiastically with my dog friends, love to chew on my bones, but I do need to work on my resource guarding. I love to rest my on dog bed or be near my humans!
I would do best in a home with a canine playmate to keep me company and be my best friend. I love to play, but I do know how to be quiet when I am in the house. I love to work for treats and am looking forward to training with my new family. I am looking to find my forever home, so please call to meet me soon.
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