Wilder is a very sweet senior dog looking for a good home. He is house trained but cannot make it through the night without having to urinate. Since he is being fostered in a home with a dog door, he goes out on his own. If you close him in a room at night, he will make a mess. Any adopter should either have a dog door, or be willing to clean up the mess each morning. He enjoys going for walks, and loves treats. He gets along well with other dogs, largely ignoring them. He is very quiet, never barking or whining, and sleeps quietly through the night. He can be jumpy if you reach for him quickly, so he is probably not a good match for homes with small children.
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