He is looking for a human who can teach him manners and how to properly socialize. We can tell he’s quite smart and food-motivated, so he will enjoy committed training, jobs, and exercise.
Possibly hit by a car or inherited an issue, Red had Osteochondrosis and arthritis in his right hock, and is recovering from surgery that went very well. Redford is great in the car and also in a crate. This “perpetual motion machine” also loves to take long naps in the sun. Will you be Red’s leader and friend?
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