Casey is a big baby who needs his own family. He was surrendered due to a divorce and neither party being able to keep him.
Has issues with some dogs and other is totally fine. We would like to see him go to a one dog only family due to this. While in foster care, the only dog he chooses to run with is a Chihuahua when he gets let out of his 10x15 kennel. Foster has tried other dogs and at first is okay but he will turn for whatever reason. Has not hurt any other dog, but not going to chance it.
With his size, he would be fine outdoors and would be great as a guard dog with some training. Would also be great to have as a running partner just as long as you control him.
As with any new companion, it is wise to spend good quality time with them and let them explore their new surrounding while you set the boundaries. It is also good to make sure they have a 'special' area they can escape to when company comes. This will make both you and your companion have a much better relationship.
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