Plymouth does not value alone time. So he needs an adoptive or foster family who will be at home with him more often than not. He’s also not a big fan of strangers entering his home or, come to think of it, passing by on the street. But with continued training from an experienced owner, Plymouth can learn to view strangers as friends, not foes.
So drop what you’re doing and ask for Plymouth, the scruffy guy with the playroom eyes.
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