Ideal Home- Secure fenced yard. Quiet adult home.
Foster to Adopt Option! Not sure if Daniel is the right match? How about fostering him for a few weeks to see if he's a match. He is a sweetie!
Daniel came from a puppy mill and because of this, he is a little timid. Daniel would do great with someone who is kind and patient. Daniel gains his confidence each day that passes but we feel he needs time in a new home to truly blossom. Daniel is used to a fenced yard and has access to potty breaks every 4-5 hours. Daniel doesn't have a mean bone in his body. He's very gentle and sweet. He gets along with people and other dogs.
He's very quiet and rarely makes a sound. He does let out a happy bark when you come home because he is so happy to be with his people.
Daniel loves food and is on a grain-free diet right now.
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