Stache would do best in a home without cats, small children or elderly. He will need a home where his people are with him a lot and give him a job to do. He needs a great deal of patience and socialization where he does not have to compete with other dogs. He is just learning how to be in the house and in a crate, and is learning a bunch of new things (dishwashers are scary as are bathrooms – but he figured out the bed just fine 😉 ). He will need to go to obedience training immediately following adoption and must be exercised multiple times a day.
If you have an application in with us, please let us know if you are interested in Stache.
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