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; Notes from Eddie's foster Mom:; Eddie is a really nice dog. He really enjoys walks both off leash on the trails (were he does very well), as well as leashed street walks. He pulls on a regular leash, but walks well with the gentle leader harness. He has great recall. He can be a little barky when he sees the mail truck, but he calls off well. He likes to fetch, and loves to play with toys by flinging them in the air. He is always happy and not moody at all like my dog. He gets along with every dog he has met while with me. I suspect he shouldn't be with cats because squirrels are really something to chase, so I'm guessing cats wouldn't be good either. He is a great companion dog. He is a bit overweight, but has already slimmed down a bit and looking quite handsome.
; The only big negative I've noticed is that he shouldn't go to a home with little kids as he bit my son 's finger. My son was scratching Eddie's chest and Eddie raised his lip. My son pointed at him and said 'No' and Eddie bit him on the finger.'
; Eddie needs a clear alpha person and dog savvy adult home. In the right environment he will be a wonderful companion. A great walking buddy, and watchful home body.
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