Ammo needs a home with no children, and with adults who have experience with structure, training, who are active and are able to give Ammo the physical and mental outlets he needs. A tired dog is a happy dog, and Ammo is no exception, and if feeling energetic, will do his own zoomies wherever and whenever the mood strikes him. Ammo is neutered and completely vetted. He's crate trained, and house trained. He knows a few commands and we are working on his leash walking skills.
Ammo probably would be most successful in a home with no other dogs. He's being fostered with other Boston Terriers, but his interactions at this time are heavily supervised. Ammo would also really enjoy participating in dog activities such as barn hunt or scent work.
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