Smokey Joe is a bit quiet in his kennel and may give the impression of being a bashful boy. That changes in a heartbeat once you leash him up for playtime. He walks well next to you on his lead, waits patiently while you remove it, and then tears across the yard with his canine pal. Joe shows his light-hearted side by dodging his friend or playing keep-away with the rope toy. A quick trip to the water to cool off, checking in with his people for an ear rub, then back to the chase. When he’s having the best time ever, Joe reveals his silly side by plopping down on the grass, belly up, and wiggling on his back. Feels so good! Come by to see for yourself!
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