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Youth and high energy go hand in hand, and Royce is no exception. He has a huge yard to play in, and play he does. His current caregiver gives this description of his "around the yard in 90 seconds" game:
"He runs up to you, play bows with a huge smile, turns and runs a small distance away, turns again looking at you, and play bows again inviting you to come and play with him. So adorable! He hasn't quite figured out the whole 'bring-the-toy-back' game yet, but it doesn't seem to hinder his enthusiasm one bit. He'll chase a toy as fast as his long legs will take him, and if he is able to grab it up on his 'Speedy Gonzalez' fly by, great. He starts chewing on the toy or throws it in the air, somehow losing control of it, but still keeps running around the yard. I'm sure he thinks, 'I'll pick it up next time around'. Of course, being so young he promptly forgets about it and grabs after the next toy he sees."
Being a large, strong, energetic dog, Royce will do best with experienced dog guardians. He will bond readily to his humans. A recent temperament test showed him to be very responsive and wanting to please. Already he tends to sit while greeting people, but still has to be reminded not to get excited and jump up. For this reason, we suggest an adult home or one with children over 14. Royce earlier showed signs of resource guarding of his food, but this behavior is abating.
Royce seems to have missed out a bit on socialization with other canines and most likely will do best in a home with people to love him but without other pets. The trainer who did his temp test believes that with the proper introduction he could learn to get along with another dog, but this is something his adopter would have to decide and be willing to work on. He is not aggressive and is interested in other dogs, but a little lacking in appropriate play skills. However, he does not lunge or bark at dogs he sees while on leash.
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