The following is information based on the family's experience with Champ.
Champ lived with adults and children, his behavior with kids is described as tolerant. Champ is accepting of strangers into the home. Champ has not shown food guarding. He can have occasional accidents. Champ was not an escape artist and is accustomed to being left alone uncrated. Champ is used to sleeping in his own dog bed and he has been shown to be frightened of vacuums and fireworks.
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