This one- or two-year-old boy walks nicely on-and off-leash, and is house- and crate-trained. He does get stressed in his crate because he really wants to be with his humans, but he doesn’t bark. Max likes to play with his toys by himself (he’s not a sharer) and enjoys car rides and swimming! He gets along with most dogs (no cats), but people are what matter most to him. So Max can join a family with a dog or be an “only” dog. He enjoys children and has a sweet disposition.
Can you end Max’s days as an orphan? This loyal, loving guy sure hopes so.
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