I am a pretty laid back sort of guy that my foster mom calls a “couch potato.” Some of my favorite things to do are chewing on a rawhide or bone, laying around on the sofa, and being loved on by my foster mom.
I'm kind of a ladies man and if I could pick, I'd want to live with just women. But, I will try to make friends with men who are willing to work with me. I also enjoy having another dog in the home because they speak my language and can assure me I'm safe in my new home.
I am crate trained and house broken. I am slim, trim, and sweet. I loved playing with my foster brother Jr. (who is smaller than me but is now in his forever home) but am very content when my foster mom pets me and loves on me. The only thing lacking is my forever home. Will you be my forever family?
Vetting: Neutered, vaccinated and up-to-date on preventatives
Training: House and crate-trained; need more socialization/training around men
Temperament: Loves women; great with other dogs; older children preferred
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