Uno was originally had to be trapped in the desert because somebody had dumped him there and he was feral. When he was first with us he was terrified of people and wouldn't let anybody near him. It took us months to get him where we are today with him. Now he seeks out my attention and wants me to pet him. He has bonded to me and will now even let strangers pet him. He isn't quite ready for a home with small kids but certainly is ready to go to a home with an experienced handler and to start his obedience training. He is great with the female he shares his kennel with but they do play rough so I wouldn't recommend a home with smaller dogs that he might get too rough with. He is already fixed, current on his shots and microchipped.
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