BERT is grey and white and around 60 Ibs. He is kind of shy at first, but warms up to people very quickly. Once he knows his surroundings, he is far less shy and far more affectionate and playful. He is very sweet and calm. He loves to curl up next to you.
Both of them lived with a family for a year and are great with people. They are housebroken and very obedient. They know some commands and love to show off what they know for a treat. Very smart and trainable. They listen very well. They are also great with kids. They are beautiful and were very loved, but are now homeless. They have been family dogs before and would be great family dogs again.
They can be adopted separately, but they do better together. They are litter mates who have never been separated and as they do not have separation anxiety from people, they do suffer separation anxiety when separated from each other. When crated, they like to stay together. They have no anxiety when crated together.
Age: 1.5 year
Weight: 60 lbs
Vetting: Neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm treatment underway and paid.
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