Romeo aka Rascal is a full grown, 3yrs old 41 pound Lab/Doberman mix that strikes quite the pose when you see him. Despite that defiant stare he is the biggest baby you will ever meet. This boy will talk your ear off complaining how cold he is and how he wants to go back in the bedroom and lay on the electric heating blanket during the winter months!!! He is ridiculous and a big baby !! He is fully house trained, walks great on a leash, loves other dogs but doesn't like care for the cats. He's a people pleaser and will be your constant buddy and shadow in life. This dog is bright and Willing and ready to learn. We do say that Rascal will need a fenced yard to run and chase balls and frisbee. Agility practices would be a great thing to do with Rascal on the weekends or even in the backyard. He is a great car rider and will ride shotgun with you forever. He is up for adventures and loves to meet new people any time of the day. This boy plays and plays all day with other dogs and if there is a squirrel to chase then he is your guy!Romeo is not a dog that can be crated all day….nor left alone in the house to his own devices. This boy would need to be company with someone home all day And he would love to have another dog to play with for hours on end. If you work from home that would be ideal as well! He adores children and would be a great Ball chaser and playmate with young children.
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