Description: Reno is a beautiful male dog around the age of 2. He has a chocolate colored body with a white snout and feet, freckled chest,and his coat is short and silky smooth.
Personality: Reno loves to cuddle and plop down with the family at the end of the day. He has a look of pure bliss when you rub his belly, and is happy just to have his head by your feet. He's always excited to see new folks, but settles down quickly.
Reno learned to sit in just 2 weeks and is now working on paw. Reno does well with most other dogs; he is respectful and wants to play.
Inside the house, Reno is well-behaved, potty trained, and is happy laying on a dog bed while people relax. Reno does not like crates but does well in the house by himself.
Animal History: Reno came from a high kill shelter and was in danger of euthanasia.
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