Neo seems trained and is used to being around people. He sits, he stays (most the time), and loves car rides. He is both timid and playful at the same time. He is cautious about meeting dogs for the first time and has a curiousity around cats and is not aggressive toward them. He loves when you pet him and likes to lick when he is excited. He sometimes thinks he is a lap dog. I believe he is an inside dog, but he is able to stay and nap outside. He is crate trained and has not had any accidents in my home. He would make a great companion for someone who wants a loving, playful watch dog. He does not appear to need constant and long amounts of playtime. He is leash trained and does not pull when walked.
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