Meet Dillon - This beautiful boy has been such a pleasure to love and spend time with. He is very smart, engaged, friendly, playful and just the right amount of energy. He loves to play ball and fetch, and run and jump thru the tall grass and hunt for bunnies. He is a real hunter - has a great nose. He and the crows have a deal worked out where they circle just high enough to avoid him and he chases them good.
Dillon's best home would be a single or couple - definately an adult home because he doesn't have physical boundaries nailed down yet. He is awesome with his basic obedience commands, great in the car and very kind and happy on the playground with non dominate males and all females. He loves food and will work for treats. He is a strong dog - meaning he is all in when he runs up for loves - watch your kneecaps! :). He can be very silly and flop down on his back and roll over. He is like a big baby Huey - he doesn't know how big he is - he likes to get body scratches and be brushed.
Dillion is a patient boy - he doesn't need a lot of exercise - happy to sleep the afternoon away. He really enjoys just hanging out and relaxing. He is built like a hunting dog and would be a great walker. Right now he is fair on the leash - probably needs a different leash for head control - he pulls strong in his excitement of being out in the neighborhood. He loves affection and it would be ideal if he had a playful companion to keep him entertained. He was recently paired with a smaller playful female which he was a little to big for and he finally just laid down so he could be at her level - a very smart boy and so cute to watch.
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