Snoopy would do best in a home with an active pet parent. He is still young and therefore has lots of energy but with proper exercise he turns into a couch companion. While Snoopy lived in a home with a 7 year old child, we feel he would do best in a home with children 10+ mainly because he is very energetic and could knock a small child over very easily. He needs a kitty free home as he's a bit too fond of those little furballs :) Snoopy lived in a home with other dogs but during his time at the shelter, he developed some issues with other dogs due to being kenneled for too long across from many dogs. He has been to training several times with other dogs and is learning to play nicely, and does not show any signs of dog aggression, but he needs continued work with socialization. He currently lives with another dog and does well with her and is learning to respect boundaries. He could go into a home with another dogs, preferably female, but it would depend on the dog. With continued training we do believe he can improve in this area and we are willing to pay for a couple training sessions for his new family.
Snoopy knows how to sit and do a watch me and he's learning more tricks every day! A lot of Snoopy's training has focused on impulse control, as he can be very stubborn about what he wants and forgets his manners, so we are continuing to work with him on trading his toys, learning to drop and waiting before going in and out of doors. He is crate trained, house trained, microchipped, neutered and is up-to-date on his vaccinations.
Adopting Snoopy will add just the right of fur and fun to your family and we know you will love him as much as we do!
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