Unfortunately, his home life is not conducive to his needs. He owners have tried to make adjustments, but it has become a bit challenging with toddlers/young children in the home.
He can be possessive or guarded about his bed, toys and food, so he would probably be best suited for a home with older children or no children at all. He has been know to be selective about dogs and cats, but has been good with some after proper introduction. He is very sweet and full of love. He has a lot of terrier energy, so don't let his age fool you. He is neutered and UTD on his shots. He is house broken.
If you have additional questions or are interested in adopting him, please contact Karen at 443-289-0027.
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