Chuck has two moods: asleep and wild child. He is an extremely active and energetic boy. Chuck loves to run, wrestle, play with toys, and anything else he can get into. He is a very happy and fun-loving boy. He has been great with everyone he has met however he lacks basic manners. Chuck REALLY loves people and he wants to show them that... by kissing them... and hugging them. He is very over the top with his energy and needs a family that understands this aspect of him. He has been around children (4 years and up) with no problems but again he lacks basic manners and can accidently knock a child down. Chuck is really a very sweet boy and likes to cuddle once he is done playing.
Chuck has been fostered with other dogs and has had no issues. He will play with the other dogs on occasion but he tends to prefer his toys over the other dogs. Unless they are playing a game of chase in which case he loves to run and will be right in the middle of it. When he first arrived he didn't seem to know how to interact with other dogs and he is still learning really. The more time he is around the other dogs the more play skills he picks up. He doesn't have an overly dominate personality however he isn't a submissive dog either. He tends to avoid conflict with the other dogs but he won't back down if a dog picks on him either. Chuck loves water! He will chase a water hose if given the chance and he is a swimmer also.
Chuck is a great boy who will make an amazing companion for an active home. He will need training and someone who understands his energy level. Chuck is eagerly awaiting his fur-ever home and the adventures you will share!
If you have any questions, or would like an adoption application, please email us at Tierhavenrescue@gmail.com.
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