Kramer has his very own Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kramerroute66rescue/ Here you can see some of his training tricks, how he behaves, and the things he enjoys!
Kramer is a sweet, loving dog but he is very strong and needs to play. He can jump a 4 foot fence from standing still and can climb a 6 foot fence if he so desires. He will not try to go over a top-wired privacy fence.
Kramer loves to do zoomies when he first comes inside but then he settles right now and sleeps or entertains himself with his toys. He will not destroy your house or pee on the floor. He loves a Kong especially if it is filled with peanut butter. He loves bones safe for Pets. They are hip bones and different things.....the Jones brand is suggested.
Kramer's biggest issues are he jumps fences, he doesn't meet new dogs well and he plays rough, he pulls on his leash and he jumps on people. He should not be left alone with another strong male as he will challenge him and they may fight.
His biggest strengths are his sweetness, his willingness to train (he loves it), he loves to cuddle and he doesn't chew or dig or tear things up, he is fully potty trained....he also loves the car but he should be tethered as he will jump all over. He loves the window down and calms down if he can stick his head out.....again, must be tethered.
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Kramer #243, Cattle Dog Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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