He is extremely food driven and a fast learner. He needs to learn manners especially when over excited or under exercised. He can get extra mouthy, jumpy and pushy. He knows basic commands (sit, stay, down and come) but only when he feels like it due to being a teenager. He is fully house and crate trained. He loves to play ball and tug. He has no food aggression
He is vocal when meeting people on leash but does fine off leash (while inside the home). While walking he does not react to dogs or people but lunges/barks at passing cars.
He is good with the kids gentle but can be really mouthy. He will mouth at you every time he needs to have a collar and/or leash put on. He requires a lot of exercise. He barks when someone knocks but other than that he is pretty quiet.
He does bark at cars and try to chase. He is good on a leash (mainly tries to herd you where he wants to go) but takes correction well. He is more interested in men over women. Loves going running. He is good in the car but gets fixated on passing cars and starts to growl/bark when they are passing by.
Would be best suited to a house with no small dogs or animals.
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