Meet Calvin. This little guy is one of the happiest dogs I have ever met. He does a crazy, spastic dance and song when he wakes up in my bed, at feeding time and when I come home. This dance is like every part of his body is moving, while he makes happy noises uncontrollably! He is so much fun.Calvin gets along with the other dogs in my house. Not sure about cats. Loud or sudden noises scare him so I don’t recommend a home with small children. Men also scare him so he needs to be with a woman. He is fine with my grandson who is 13 but I think that is because his voice has not changed. He is not aggressive but will go and hide.Calvin wants to be in my lap every time I sit. He is so cute because he will lay back in my arms so I can hold him like a baby. He is very loving and wants nothing more than to please. His house training is a work in progress. We go out every couple of hours when I’m home. And he is kenneled when I’m gone. That seems to be working right now. He has never peed in his kennel. And Calvin loves to ride in a car. We are working on leash training. He would rather be carried when we are out and about.Calvin is a medium coated hairy hairless. His skin is dry with a few blackheads. He will growl at me if I try to pick at his skin. So I just scrub him in baths with a scrubby. And weighs in at 14.7 lbs. His birthday is 6/14/2011. He is up to date on all his vaccines, on heartworm preventative and neutered. Unfortunately all his teeth had to be removed at his dental. But that doesn’t bother him. He is very food motivated. Calvin is a timid pup so all training has to be done in a positive manner.Fostered in Iowa,If you are interested in this cute little guy, please fill out the adoption application at http://www.crest-care.net/forms/form?formid=2201&contactsformsid=975981If you have any questions email email@example.comThanks for considering a rescue dog!
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