Cooper is a little shy and reserved upon meeting new people and may voice his anxiousness with some barking. Once he knows you are a friend, he will soon become your buddy and gladly settle in to snuggle on your lap.
Cooper was raised with young children but was an only pet. One of our volunteers did introduce him to some of her furry family members; Cooper had no interest in the cat, was keen to be a play buddy with a dog of similar size, but seemed uncomfortable around the larger breed dog.
Cooper's new family should be aware that he has a history of marking at times so we will be working on resolving this issue as soon as he transitions to one of our foster homes.
We feel Cooper would do well in an active home or be just as content as a wonderful companion dog.
To learn more about Lucky Pup Rescue, please visit our website: www.luckypuprescue.org. If you have interest in any of our dogs, please fill out the application and we'll work with you to find a great match for your family: http://www.luckypuprescue.org/#!adoption-application/c1aw8.
Please note, we do not have a physical facility where our dogs are housed, they are cared for in our network of wonderful foster homes throughout New England. If you find a dog you would like to meet, our expectation is that, once approved, you will travel to meet the dog in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.
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