I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Prince Charming's Story...
Most people think that princes have the easy life. They’re rich, handsome, and always get a happy ending. See, the thing they forget about happy endings, is that they usually have unhappy beginnings. Prince Charming was found wandering the streets of Burleson. He was kept in the pound for more than thirty days. After finally being rescued and placed in a foster home, he began to show his personality. He is a sweet boy who wants nothing more than cuddles on the couch and attention. Although he loves his foster brother, Watson, he would be fine in an only dog home. He does get along with large and small dogs. Prince Charming has a soft spot for cats, but like many royals, he can be quite demanding. If the cat will not come to him or give him attention, he will bark. So, he would probably do best in a home without feline subjects. Prince Charming loves water and would very much enjoy a kingdom where he could spend his day lounging in the pool. He enjoys being both in and outside and has already learned to use the dog door. Then he can lie in the shade in the cool grass or chill inside in front of a fan. He is a wonderful companion, but being an Australian Shepherd mix, he does need his exercise. He enjoys running at the dog park or walking, although his leash skills could use some brushing up. He is a handsome boy, and he is quite a commanding presence. One issue this royal boy can have is that he is used to giving the orders. If he is not given his way, he will bark to show his displeasure. However, he is quite the sweetheart in truth. He loves nothing more than to snuggle up with you in bed and cuddle with his canine friends. Are you the happily ever after our Prince Charming has been searching for?
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