Gus was surrendered because he got too big to control with no training. However, with a firm, consistent leader, he a fabulous dog that wants to please. Gus seems to be house-trained. He is excellent with small dogs and cats. With proper introduction, he gets along with big dogs as well, but can be a bit of a bully so he would be best in a home without other big dogs. Gus is full-grown, but he is still maturing mentally. Continued training will be paramount to ensure his happiness and success with a potential adopter. He also needs to be in a home with older kids 12 and up. He is around 2 years old and 130 pounds. Must be ok with slobber/drool.
All of our dogs are in private foster homes. We are not a shelter with hours. A visit can be arranaged after an adoption questionnaire has been filled out and sent in. Please try email first. We are all volunteers that work so we can not easily take or make phone calls.
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