According to his foster mom Maxer is just a great dog, he is very affectionate, a big snuggler, and a couch potato..but he is also a playful, happy go lucky, little guy. He loves playing in the back yard with his foster siblings, playing ball, running and chasing them around. He loves watching hockey and licking yogurt out of the container, He loves rawhides, bones and his squeaky toys, he is easily amused and hangs out with the family at night and relaxes. He comes up to you and gives kisses, and loves his belly rubbed. He is very sweet, good natured and loving..all he wants is to be loved. The only 'bad' thing about Maxer? He is a champion snorer!
Maxer is crate trained, housebroken, and loves everyone including strangers, kids, other dogs, and cats and walks nicely on a leash. He follows his foster family around the house, just wanting to be around his people.
The perfect forever family for Maxer is one that has the time to continue his training and make sure he has plenty of company. Doggie or kitty siblings welcome. Children school age or older just due to his size.
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