13 Sept 2016: Leggo, a handsome high spirited pittie is looking for a home. If you enjoy being active or adventurous Leggo is going to be a great companion. Leggo who is professionally trained has proven to his trainer he is a great dog. With the right fit he is going to be a wonderful pet. Leggo is ready to get his game on and would enjoy an active couple, single or active family who love the outdoors. (Children should be a bit older). If you’re a runner, hiker or enjoy planning w ... eekend activities Leggo is going to fit right in enjoying every moment. Leggo will do very well with someone who understands Leggo does well keeping active, as well as the importance of continued structure. He is very loyal to his person and is obedient. He will do wonderful with someone he can respect and look up to. Leggo has done well with other dogs at training under his trainers supervision. His trainer feels although he is friendly with other dogs because of his energy level he would be best as an only dog at home, as another dog may not understand Leggo is just a friendly agile boy. Leggo would love a home with a yard where he can get a nice amount of stimulation during the day. He loves attention and is very affectionate. At training he enjoys using the treadmill, he will inspire you to be his treadmill buddy at home. Leggo is 3.5 years old, up to date on his shots, house and crate trained and is neutered. Meeting Leggo and his trainer for a handling session will be needed making sure the fit is a good one. His trainer is located in North Brunswick, New Jersey. If you feel you are a great match for our handsome athletic boy and would like to foster or adopt Leggo please fill out an application.
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