All Kobey wants for Christmas is a forever home! He would love a girl dog to play with as well. This sweet handsome boy is friendly and full of energy but then he is a snuggle bunny too. One of Kobey's passions is lizard hunting in the backyard...tug of war is right up there too. He has been house trained since day one. Oh and one of his favorite treats is ice. Whoever is lucky enough to get him needs to remember his love for ice. Kobey is a submissive dog and would do great with another dog! He begs my two older dogs to play but they will not play with him! Poor baby. . We are still working on the leash training. He looks forward to his walks but still gets excited and pulls on the leash. Kobey sits and shakes and is a fast and willing learner.
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