Snoopy has come a long way since he left PACC last year. When he first arrived at his foster's home, he would cower and hide from her and the other dogs. After three months, he finally let his foster mom pet him. After 12 months he has completely opened up into a playful and vocal little man. Snoopy exhibits a lot of behaviors typical of the Shar Pei breed. If you like dogs that make noises, you'll love Snoopy. He snorts, grunts, and makes other pig-like noises while awake and when he sleeps. He is very stubborn but he is learning how to mind his manners. He's also got one of the smooshiest faces, thanks to his shar pei genetics. Snoopy does do well with other dogs and tends to open up to other dogs before opening up to humans. He has thrived in his foster home and is looking for his own home, with a family that understands the shar pei quirks. If you give him time to open up, you'll find he's the sweetest boy in the world.
Snoopy is so excited he has begun training classes.
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