I am a very gentle, very good natured boy who gets along great with all the people I meet. As I am a young and energetic pup who loves to run and play, I am best suited for an active family who will take me on hikes and other adventures. Another playful dog in the home would be wonderful as well since I am great with other dogs and try to instigate play with every dog I meet. If another dog tries to dominate me, I just roll over on my back to let them know what an easy-going guy I am. When I am playing I love to hop and bounce around and will keep you laughing with my deer impression. I am unsure about cats (they are such odd little creatures) but am curious about them. It isn't known how I would react to living with one.
I still have a few fears left over from my short life as a street dog. For example I won't walk within ten feet of a car. I don't struggle, I just sit down. My foster parents have to lift me up and carry me into the car (fortunately I am not a heavy boy). Once inside the car I am very calm and relaxed and enjoy the ride. I am also afraid of metal drainage grates - who knows what terrifying creatures live down there? I used to be afraid of water - even the tiniest wave had me running away in fear. Now I will paddle out into knee deep water.
I have good recall and do well at off leash dog parks and beaches. I even know several commands now. Despite my youthful exuberance I am relaxed and well behaved inside the home. Not bad for a puppy born in the streets.
I am in excellent health, house trained, have been deticked, defleaed and dewormed, am neutered and up to date on my vaccinations. My adoption fee is $500.
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