I would recommend a fenced yard, or someone who has the time to take long walks with Homer in his harness as he loves the smells of outdoors. We have not had success with the crate, although he has been a good boy with run of the house.
Homer will need a patient adopter or a family who appreciates that sometimes he just wants to be by himself. We have grown very attached to Homer and it will be a bittersweet day to see him go, but I am so very proud of his progress.
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