He walks well on a leash and is housebroken and crate trained. In the beginning he would lift his leg when left alone but that seems to have abated also. He loves is greenies and does chew on a rawhide for short spells but does not seem to know about toys. He follows me around and even outside will only venture out on the lawn and then comes right back to our patio.
I would still like to seem him go to a home without small children because I feel he may startle easily and become self protective. We do not know his background so we don't know if he has a reason to be that way. Chico seemed to have some nervous jumpiness which also appears to have lessened. He has become an adorable little happy boy and I hope we can find a home for him where that continues.
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