Brantley is a 5-6 year old male who is neutered and up to date on shots. He knows some basic obedience and is a big fan of playing fetch! Although he will need some work with his leash skills, he is very food motivated which should help with any additional training he needs. At this time we do not know if Brantley shows any ability to hunt, but we do know that he would make a great companion and is a fantastic snuggler! He is an average size boy who wouldn't mind curling up in your lap (he hopes his new family won't mind) and loves attention from his people.
Brantley is housebroken, crate trained, gets along with other dogs (we don't know about cats) and would likely do best in a home with older children due to his energy level. Brantley also is "au naturale" and has a full tail. He shows a lot of stamina when playing and has recently started running with his foster dad. In fact, he would make a great running partner!
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