Monti is a sweet, loveable, goofy pup who has won the hearts of his foster parents! He is a delight to watch as he is always so happy doing whatever he’s doing. He loves to run outside and chew on sticks and chew toys with his foster siblings. He loves to chase a ball and run around the yard with his humans. He’s also a great snuggler and loves to hang out on the couch with his humans or snuggle in bed after his morning wee-wees. He especially loves mornings when his humans sleep in!
He’s fully housetrained and loves to go for walks, jogs and hikes. He loves meeting new people and dogs, though he needs to learn some manners so he doesn’t overwhelm his new friends during a greeting. He might knock small children over by accident but he has played very well with older children, 10 and up. Monti is also crate-trained though if you are home, he might whine to let you know he prefers to be hanging out with you instead. He goes into his crate without a fuss if you have a peanut-butter filled kong to offer him and stays in there throughout the night without a peep.
A house with a cat might not be the best home for Monti; he tries to play with our cat and she tells him no by hissing and swatting at his face. He doesn’t understand that this means no, however he listens to us when we tell him “No” or “Leave it.”
Monti is still a puppy and will need some basic training but has been working on loose-leash walking, sit, down and stay in his foster home. He will do really well and will make a great companion!
Age: 8 months
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