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; Best with older children, not toddlers in his face and making him feel cornered.
; *Foster Report* 5/22/16 'He is very treat driven, on potty schedule but not quite housebroken. Hates the crate, sleeps at foot of bed. Not good with small children. Good with some dogs but not all dogs. Babyface is very protective.'
; Foster update 4/27/16: 'Babyface is doing very well here with his foster family. We now have him eating his meals in his crate with no complaints. He will double up in my dog's crate and will stay there for up to an hour without crying. He is very protective of the house and our family and alerts is if there is a knock on our front door or if a new adult enters the house. He loves playing with his foster brother and is no longer frightened of anything. He will follow me room to room and never leaving my side of I would let him. He will be a great family pet and is no longer nipping.'
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