Radar cannot be crated because he has had seizures in the past. They are well controlled with medication currently. He has done just fine being gated in a mud room. After taking a couple of weeks to figure out a potty routine he does seem to be well potty trained now. He is a medium energy dog and does just fine with a couple of short walks a day, he is perfectly content to sleep with his cat friend for most of the day. He is extremely routine oriented and very food motivated and will do anything for a treat once he understands what you'd like him to do. Radar is missing one eye. The vet thinks that it was surgically removed but not closed well. His foster mom rinses it with eye wash once a day to make sure he doesn't collect any debris where he shouldn't. He tolerates this just fine. Radar has a couple of other medical issues that are not significant problems for him right now but may end up needing to be addressed down the road. Radar is a very good boy looking for a big hearted family to call his own.
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