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Neo is extremely sweet and loves to be with people, he is friendly and happy to meet everyone! Neo does very well with holding his potty and during his time at the sanctuary we have taught him to settle into a crate as well. Although he initially did not like them one bit, he now associates them with positive things only and will quickly run to jump into his crate and wait for a treat/dinner.
Neo would do best in a home where he was not left alone for long extended hours and where he could be someones happy little sidekick. A ranch could be the ideal type of home for him however he would like to come inside along with the family. He is a very bonding and interactive dog who would likely do best in a home with another dog and or regular exercise if he were to be left alone, as he does get lonely. . Neo is very eager to please and should be a quick study with obedience training! This is a smart,sweet and energetic dog,all in one little 30lb package! Neo will make the right family, VERY happy!
; Sanctuary Update: ; Neo has lived with MULTIPLE dogs while here at the sanctuary, (of different sizes and genders) and has gotten along with them completely fine, but we do know that the other dogs should just not be super alpha or overly submissive. He has shown himself to be quite leash reactive to other dogs and is therefore looking for a certain home that will work with him on this, or where this would not be an issue. He gets along well with dogs otherwise, as long as no one is on a leash. He is just a little guy but prefers to be the alpha dog, so prefers to be friends with dogs who are comfortable with themselves, don't
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