Louie is perhaps the sweetest dog you'll ever encounter. He loves all people, including children. He also loves to sleep in the bed, if you let him, and appreciates the occasional cheeseburger or chicken fingers from his favorite drive thru. Louie seems to think he's a cat and would gladly curl up in your lap, if you let him.
Boarding with other dogs has really helped him socially. He had a girlfriend in boarding that was adopted, leaving Louie lonely for love again. As long as his adopters take it slow and supervise initially, Louie would quite enjoy a compatible dog companion. But, no cats please.
Life as an only dog would be quite fine with Louie too; he would be happy to absorb all of the attention. Whomever gets this fine fellow will experience the great love of a wonderful companion. Louie is the best buddy anyone could ask for and begs you to consider picking him, as he so deserves a life in a loving home after patiently boarding so long.
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Age: 3 y/o
Weight: 58 lbs
Temperament: Gets along with all people - including kids; leash-socialized and friendly with dogs in boarding; not cat-friendly
Training: Housetrained and crate-trained
Vetting: Spay/neutered, up-to-date on vaccines and heartworm negative
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