Miller is a 65lb Pointer Pitbull mix around 1 year old. True to his breed, he is calm, and relaxed, but loves to be let loose to run around for about an hour a day. He also walks great on a leash. He plays amazingly well with his 60-70lb foster sister and brother, and is completely disinterested with the resident kitty cat. Recently, he had exposure to smaller dogs, and while he doesn't understand that he's bigger than them, he seems to do okay during playtime. He loves people of all ages, even small children; he truly just wants to follow everyone around everywhere, and be loved at all times. Miller has been working hard at becoming house trained and is excited to announce that he hasn't had an accident in weeks! It looks like this big puppy is on the verge of officially being house trained. Unfortunately, Miller isn't crate trained and doesn't enjoy being locked up. Instead, we have been slowly allowing him longer stretches of time to roam the house freely while we're gone, and things have been going well thus far. Miller's perfect home would be one with an attentive owner that he can follow from room to room, and another larger breed brother or sister dog to play with. This home would have a yard, and regular visits to a dog park . Miller's number one requirement is attention and love! Contact email@example.com
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