Google got his name because as a puppy he had markings on his eyes that made him look like he had big googley eyes. Google loves to play with other dogs, but will come and check in with his person. He's a very sweet boy and required hand feeding at meal time to get him up to a good weight. He's fine now, but he isn't a quick eater and he isn't an alpha dog.
Google, like all puppies, needs training and an owner that is committed to taking him out for exercise, walks, play dates, or to make sure he has a job. He has working dog in his gene pool, as far as we can tell and shouldn't be left to sit on the couch. If Google seems like the dog for you, please fill out an online application.
Google is neutered, UTD on shots, dewormed, and microchipped. The adoption fee is $350.
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