Aldo is a 5 year old, 23lb shiba inu terrier mix!
Aldo is a sweet and smart boy with (extremely) amazing leash and house manners all thanks to the training he received in Texas before he came to NYC! He's perfectly housebroken and enjoys going on his walks. Aldo is very relaxed and likes to snuggle indoors but is active outdoors in a fenced park and likes to chase tennis balls when thrown and can jump very high (we're still working on playing fetch). He's dog and people friendly but doesn't get overly excited/stimulated during meet and greets with other pups. He does get excited and jump up when his people come home which will need a little work to correct. Aldo would be a perfect fit for a medium to active family as he loves going on walks, and would love to have a furry dog sibling!
Also is about 5 years old and 23lb, and super duper soft with a cute curly tail! We think he is a Shiba Inu mix. He is good and quiet in the house but prefers not to be crated! He is very intrigued by trash cans and countertops, so these will need to be secured/clear when he is left alone in the house.
Aldo is up to date on shots, chipped, HW negative and neutered.
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