I like to play outside with all five of the dogs in my foster home, and I really like to spend time inside just hanging out with my people, too. I sometimes forget how BIG I am, so I’m working on my manners a bit, but I do know some basic commands, and I am housebroken and crate trained. I sometimes bark a little bit in my crate at first (my people laugh at me because they say I sounds like a little dog), but I eventually quiet down and relax.
Because I’m a just a young guy, I’m a little nervous about change; I’ve been through a lot of it lately. For that reason, I’m looking for a family who will be patient and give me a few days to settle in and slowly meet everyone. I’m a BIG dog (did I mention that already?) with a big heart and a lot of love to give!
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