Cruiser has a strong eagerness to please and he already knows how to sit, lay down and to shake hands. He is working on his leash manners, as he likes to embrace life to the fullest when out for a walk so we are trying to teach him to save that zeal for the back yard and tone it down a bit! He is playful and friendly with everyone, including adults, kids, and most other dogs. He would do fine in a home with children and would only require a meet and greet with any household dogs. We are not sure how he is with cats but will cat test him for serious adopters.
In his prior home he was an indoor dog and for the most part is house trained. He is also crate trained and is used to sleeping in his crate at night. In his current foster home his foster mom describes him as "the easiest dog she's fostered" and says he settled in very easily and is very pleasant to have around. Cruiser is up-to-date on his vaccinations and is microchipped and neutered. If you are interested in adding a bit of fun to your family, please consider adopting this playful boy!
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