9 June 2016: He is a big mush, loves to cuddle. He was a euth list pull from Manhattan ACC, was found as a stray by the police (hence the name "Fuzz", lol) He was adopted out once, also in NJ, but was returned for aggression. We have not seen any severe aggression- and we have tried to see what would get a rise out of him. He plays and curls up with my two big boys (lab/ridgeback mix, shep/shar pei mix) and has no food aggression or an ... ything with them. He knows basic commands, is house trained and crate trained. He is not a big fan of the crate, but will go in on command. I don't think he would do well if crated all day. Very treat motivated, which is helpful bc he can be a little stubborn- there is no forcing this big boy to do something. He def needs a strong leader, who will be patient with slow intros etc. I feel like he is finally learning how to "dog", like doing things a normal dog would do- running around outside, playing with dog toys, just having fun. He does have some skin issues- scarring on his neck, possibly from embedded collar, and scarring on his muzzle, possibly from being taped/tied shut. He has some skin issues on his feet also, which the vet thinks is allergy related, and we check/clean his paws regularly
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