Amos is 9 months old and weighs close to 60 pounds. He's house-trained, but definitely all puppy and still learning the ropes. He is crate-trained and learning how to be the best canine citizen he can be!
He would love another dog to play with. He has been enjoying his new doggie friends and enjoys the company of other dogs. He has been doing fine with cats that are savvy, but will chase a cat that darts away.
He loves all the humans he meets but will need a home without young children. Since he is so young, he is just figuring out his puppy coordination and might knock over small kids.
Since he is still quite the puppy and needs lots of exercise and stimulation, he would do best somewhere that has open spaces. Either something rural, or suburban with lots of parks and places to play. A 6 foot fence would also be best as the squirrels and bunnies can be quite tempting when he sees them!
Are you patient, willing and eager to train this young, handsome bundle of love? He is super smart and looking for the best forever home around.
Please visit summitdogrescue.org for more information and to apply to adopt Amos!
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