Happily at home in his foster home, he’s up with the sun at 6 AM, eager to eat, potty and play with his many toys.
Eager and energetic, he gets along with the family dogs and the resident cats, and yet, as active as he is, Archie is also quiet, well mannered (politely waiting his turn while treats are distributed – his favorites are sweet potatoes and frozen banana slices). Archie loves going for car rides and he is a very calm passenger.
Archie has a heart condition and takes daily medications. He takes his meds very well with cheese. He loves to play and fetch so one needs to monitor his length of time playing. He does have several play sessions daily.
A little shy when he first meets people but warms up quickly
Archie does require a fenced yard, he is a runner and should never be trusted off leash.
Fond of sitting next to his foster mom on the couch, amiable Archie wants nothing more than to love and be loved. His foster mom describes him as being the "perfect pom"
He does have a condition called Paraphimosis, and needs some assistance at times to get his boy parts adjusted. It's not a major issue but could be uncomfortable for some people.
Check out Archie's album on our FB page for more info. & pics:
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