Champ loves his leisurely morning strolls. He walks well on a leash, but if something interests him, he will pull strongly to try to convince you that it needs investigating. He knows sit and wait at the gate, and he LOVES treats of any kind. He prefers short walks and less-active games indoors with air-conditioning to outdoor activities when it is hot and humid. When the temperatures are cooler, he loves chillin’ in the yard.
Champ was tested with well-behaved, dog-savvy children aged 11 and 12. He loved doing obedience tricks for treats and walking on leash with them. He has a high prey drive and will try to chase squirrels or deer during walks. He cannot live with cats. He does not get along with male dogs. He plays very aggressively with females. He would need to meet any potential canine roommates to see if they are compatible. He would be happy being an only dog. He would not be a good dog to take to dog parks, but he loves riding in cars.
If you are looking for a low-energy companion to be a member of your family to love and be loved by, Champ is the friend for you. Please contact the Farley Foundation at email@example.com or 910.315.9569 for more information.
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