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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Here is what else his foster family had to say:
Bridger has been supper friendly with all people and is very good with other dogs and loves to play with all his dog friends. He is not shy and easily makes friends with everyone he meets. He would be fine with respectful children of all ages but would love to have older children that would enjoy playing with him. I have not had him around any cats so I am unsure about that but he is a gentle soul so I am assuming he would be okay with proper introductions.
Bridger does have some anxiety about being let alone and will cry for a bit when you first leave him. He has somehow managed to escape his crate twice, damage was limited to Kleenex and toilet rolls. He is a young dog and does need further socialization as he does exhibit nervousness around loud noises and vehicles, and he will bark at the door 3 times if he hears something in the hallway. Generally however, he is very quiet in the home. Bridger's favorite thing is to cuddle. He also loves to to play with his little stuffed dog and enjoys playing with all of his dog friends in the neighborhood.
Bridger has excellent house manners. He does not counter surf and or get into anything he shouldn't except for the two incidents he escaped his crate but all he did was find a Kleenex box to shred. There was no damage to anything important. He might be better left out of the crate entirely. He has been learning all of his basic commands and knows sit, come, lie down drop and stay to a certain extent. We are working on heel and left. He is fully house trained and is very patient. He will pace when he needs or wants to go out. He is leash trained and we are working on heel. He does still pull but further training will help curtail this.
Bridger would make an excellent therapy dog but in the interim he will need someone that is willing to continue with his socialization and training. He will make a wonderful family pet or a single's companion. He is a big lover and enjoys attention from anyone. He still has some puppy energy but he is eager and willing to please making him easy to train.
If you think Bridger would be a good choice for your situation, please submit an application for consideration.