This is Kip - he was dumped in the woods and was there for a few weeks. He was skin and bones when his foster in TN found him. He can to a bit bossy with small dogs at first but if you tell him no, he is good. If you have a fenced in yard you will have to be very vigilant as he can scale over a 6 foot fence!! He is a loving and sweet boy who loves adventures. He walks really well on a leash.
Check out his video below, the is playing with his pal Shiloh
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