Special home requirements or medical:
Batman is getting settled in in his temporary foster home. He has warmed up to the child in the home but is still hesitant around adults. He was an owner surrender to the shelter with another dog, his brother, Robin. The family took in both dogs but realized it was too much work so gave them both up. Now we have both brothers. Batman is a friendly young boy, good with other dogs and kids and very well trained and easy to care for. He is a medium to high energy boy who adores being around people. He does have an issue with his potty training as he has been allowed to roam around his foster home. We are now starting a program of crating him to teach him that it is not ok to go in the house. He's so good with people we think he might make a good therapy dog!
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