Johnny is house and crate trained, and is very smart and responsive to basic training. He learns so quickly, and will mimic his canine buddies’ good manners. His easy demeanor around people make him a great candidate for a Canine Good Citizen, or even, some day, a therapy dog. But for now, he wants to play, chew on his chew toys, snuggle, and play some more. Johnny will teach you the meaning of fun!
Johnny’s ideal home is one that has at least one other dog to mentor him, no cats (they excite him too much) and a lot of activity. Since he stays in the crate when unsupervised and for naps, he needs a family whose schedule will allow for puppy potty breaks.
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