Bullet is a small nice looking black & tan male that is about 7 years old now. He is a house dog, crate trained and needs his obedience freshened up. He wants to please, needs exercise and things to do.
Bullet was adopted by an older retired Dr who no longer can care for him so he again looking for his forever home. He was living with an elderly female Aussie that became too old to play so he got bored.
Bullet was originally a stray as a young dog then loved and cared for almost 5 years by an older lady until she could no longer care for him due to her health. He has been a house dog, could use some obedience brush-up but does know the basic commands. We guess him to be about 6 as her vet felt he was young (maybe 8-9 months) when he did the exam and checked him for a microchip.
He will get in trash on occasion, was happy to lie on the couch and go for car rides. He does not like thunder or fireworks, just wants to go behind the couch or in the closet, is okay in a heavy crate & when outside goes in the doghouse. He knows how to do stairs as they lived in a stilt home.
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