Eddie is still a puppy so he has plenty of puppy energy and puppy behaviors. He sleeps well in his crate at night and during the day will settle down in it after some protesting. He is housebroken but has occasional accidents when he gets so excited that he just can't control himself. He needs to learn how to walk nicely on a leash. He gets along well with the other dogs in his foster home. He notices the cats and tries to get them to play but does not chase them.
Eddie is a very sweet little guy once he gets to know you. After he burns off some of his puppy energy he loves to crash on your lap for a nice nap. He will need slow introductions to new people because he gets scared easily and doesnt' like surprises. Once he knows you are safe he quickly becomes a loyal friend.
Eddie will do best in a home with no young children. Older kids should be fine if they can understand his need to build trust.
Since he doesn't do well in strange places Eddie will not be going to adoption events. He is available for a meet and greet if you are interested in adopting him. If you would like to meet Eddie fill out an application at www.adoptastray.com to see if he is the right guy for you.
All SAAP dogs and puppies are vet checked, UTD on vaccines, spayed/neutered, micro chipped, and given flea and heartworm preventatives as age appropriate.
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