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; ; From his adopters: Beaux is a very energetic pup! He loves to play with his toys in the house and throws them up in the air and shakes them back and forth. His favorite toy is his penguin :) He enjoys having his belly rubbed and loves scratches under his neck. He'll make a goofy face when you do it too.
; ; He LOVES food, treats, bones and water. And really likes lettuce/greens. I would make smoothies in the morning and he always wanted some of my spinach. He does tend to beg. He guards his food and chases/barks at his tail after eating but we were working on breaking him of these behaviors that revolved around eating time. He enjoys long walks through the trail near our house. He sometimes will jump up at bikers and loves to eat everything on the ground. We got him the gentle leader to work on his behaviors while out on walks.
; ; He was diagnosed with a heart condition which unfortunately will likely limit his life span to about 4 years, with medication and a low-stimulation environment. His condition is severe and there are no surgical options. The medication helps to lower his heart rate, thus decreasing the work his heart has to do. Symptoms may arise at anytime, and at the onset of symptoms he should visit his veterinarian.
; ; Before he was diagnosed with the heart condition he loved the hikes we went on and loved to explore. He loves the dog park and enjoys chasing other dogs. He does really well off leash at the dog park and would come when we said his name. Although we also had to limit the dog park after he was diagnosed with the heart condition. He enjoys rolling around in the grass after he gets tired chasing the other dogs around. He started a new behavior of digging and eating the dirt at the park about two weeks ago. But if there are other dogs around he stops this behavior. He likes to chase after tennis balls/sticks
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