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; As is common in dogs with confidence issues, he is particularly fearful of large men. He has successfully lived with two alpha female dogs, but needs proper introductions to any new dog friend, as he can be very picky about which dogs he is comfortable with as well. Hermes is a beautiful, interactive, and very closely bonding dog, who will do best in a rural home, with an adult family that is herding breed-savvy, and who is capable of working with or around his fear and protectiveness of his home and family. It did not take long at all for Hermes to warm up to sanctuary staff, including the male staff members, and it is very clear to us that under his initial insecurity, he is a sincerely wonderful boy, who will be a deeply loyal and loving companion to someone with a predictable country lifestyle. Hermes family has sent us a very detailed account of his routines, likes, dislikes, etc, so that the information can be passed on to potential adopters.
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