Ferb is a very happy, energetic and friendly small dog. He spends almost all day playing with my dog and chasing her around the yard. The neighbor’s dogs occasionally visit and he seems to get along with everyone, big or small. He also loves to be with people and is always curled up nearby or on my lap. His house training is very good and he has had only a few accidents. He’s a delight to have around and isn’t a big barker. He does snore a bit, but very gently.
Ferb would do best in a home with another playful dog and older children.
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