I wouldn't mind being an only dog or living with another dog, as long as I get to be the boss. I've been waiting longer than most of the other hounds for a forever home, so I hope you pick me. He does OK with cats.
Indy is friendly, outgoing, goofy, playful, protective and very loving.
Indy is okay with small dogs, but he's a big, active boy who could injure a very small dog in play. He would be best placed with medium or larger dogs. He should not be in a home with an alpha dog, male or female. He could live as an only dog, as long as he has his people around for love and for companionship.
Indy loves to go places and is very well behaved. He enjoys new experiences and could fit into an active household, that does not have young children.
Once Indy gets to know you, he is playful and affectionate. Indy is house trained, walks well on a leash and rides well in the car.. Indy will do well with an experienced dog person who will give him routine and structure. He is very sweet and loyal, and will be a great companion.
Indy needs an adopter who will be a strong alpha lead for Indy and will help Indy understand he doesn't have to take charge. Indy would be best as an only dog or paired with a submissive female dog.
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