Luke is your typical puppy. He has TONS of energy and likes to gets into things. He's discovering the world around him, who can really blame him? At only 7 months old he is still learning about his surroundings and needs constant reinforcement's to learn boundaries. He enjoys playing with toys and loves running around, being a normal dog.
He is house trained and crate trained. He can be dog selective so it would be best if he met your dog first. He likes to be the dominant dog. He can be hyper and not know his boundaries or how big he is so he would be best in a home with older children.
Luke would do amazing in a home where he can learn, be a puppy but still have boundaries. He might even benefit from obedience training to help improve his manners. If you want a dog who could be your running buddy, play fetch with in the yard and then go inside and cuddle you have found your man!
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