He is shy with new people and needs a patient adopter who will give him time to learn trust and love.
After just a little time he will gladly sit with you on the couch and enjoy petting and cuddles. He likes to give kisses and the more time he has to feel comfortable the more you will see his loving nature.
We would highly recommend an adopter consider working with a professional trainer if needed as Docster was abused in his past.
We will not consider adopters with children under 15.
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