Here’s what we’ve learned about Fonzie from his foster mom: Fonzie is great with other dogs, and not a problem with the cats. He and my other foster dog, a big old yellow lab, got to be great friends, and played and played. He likes to carry around little stuffed animals in his mouth.
Fonzie goes into his crate very nicely, and does not mind being there, although he would rather be out and running around. He is mostly housebroken but would occasionally have accidents in the house. He is still young, very much a puppy with puppy-like behavior. He would love to have a fenced-in yard if possible so he could run around & play to his heart’s content.
Fonzie loves toys & he needs to be kept busy because, like all puppies, he likes to chew so some chew toys are a must. He doesn't like dog biscuits though he will take them but then carry them around in his mouth, or try to bury them.
I gave him a harness, and he wears it all the time, so far has never tried to take it off or chew on it. It makes it easier to walk him. He settles down in his crate at night and is quiet all night.
I would guess that Fonzie would be amazing with children. He seems to like everyone and especially someone who wants to play with him. There is not a mean bone in his body.
Fonzie is quite lovable, and like petting and loving. Very wiggly though. We enjoyed having him here.
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