Do you love going on walks? So does Louis! He absolutely loves going on walks and he’s very good on leash. He also likes to meet new doggie friends for walks, but he is also very happy to just walk with his person and get treats. He would make a wonderful jogging partner for someone who likes slow to medium pace or doesn’t go very far.
Louis had never lived in a home until he went to his foster home. Previously, he belonged to a homeless man and came to the shelter after being found tied up and left under a freeway overpass. Despite never having lived in a home, he has done awesome adjusting to one. He has discovered that the couch is a pretty great piece of furniture and he'd like one in his forever home! He has taken well to crate training and is almost 100% house trained. He sleeps through the night in his crate with no fuss. Louis did well with various doggie meet ups at the shelter and does well walking with his current foster sibling so we think he'd be ok in a home with other dogs with proper introductions. During his kitty test, he did not show much interest in the kitty and has done well with the cat in his foster home and respects her when she says ‘no’. We feel he would do ok in a home with dog savvy cats.
Louis' ideal family would be people who take him on daily walks, let him ‘help’ with the cooking in the kitchen, and relax with him on the couch at the end of the day. He is micro-chipped, neutered and up to date on vaccinations. He currently weighs 61.5 lbs, but if he had his way he’d be 80 lbs (he really does love food!). If you are looking for a goofy, young, kiddo for your family, check Louis out!
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