He's very charming and puppy like. We prefer placing in him in a home that's kid free. He has not been socialized around kids and has shown resource guarding with toys and food. This can be overcome with 2-3 months of consisten work of daily feeding and interactive play.
He's had basic obedience training and needs fine tuning. He's great for a couple with a home and large yard. He's not a candidate for dog parks. It takes him 2-5 minutes to initially warm up and requires a proper intro.
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