Ringo has truly been low-maintenance in his foster home. He is quite content to find a nice comfortable spot on a chair or couch and observe life from there if his human(s) is/are busy, and to snuggle if anyone should sit down.
He is housetrained to a doggie-door, quiet in his crate. He needs some work on leash-walking just because he is so quiet, “surprises” (like trash-trucks, kids on bicycles zipping by, that sort of thing), on walks make him very nervous.
Ringo could be an only-dog or share a home with other dogs and/or cats. He doesn’t pay much attention to the cats in his foster home, but he does show them respect if they are near one-another.
Overall, Ringo is a great candidate for someone who is looking for a low-key boy who will adore them. All he asks in return is for them to adore, snuggle and provide copious belly-rubs and ear-scritches to him.
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