Harold is a people-adoring pooch. He also does well with other dogs that he knows, though might be a bit shy with strange dogs he meets out in the world. A small intro will go a long way. He hasn't been observed with children or cats.
Harold is thriving in his foster home. Having people who love him makes him the happiest young boy around. And he is really enjoying having his human(s) take the time to teach him things he hadn't had a chance to learn before such as walking on a leash or spending time in his own room (crate). He's improving his skills daily.
This fellow is as cuddly and affectionate as can be. He's also a happy and playful guy. He seems to be pretty intuitive as well, as his foster mom says he can tell if she has had a rough day so he'll offer canine comfort when you arrive home. And if you don't need comforting, but just a happy wag, he's got that waiting for you as well.
Harold is learning to play fetch and thinks it's a great game. He also really loves being out for daily walks. He totally enjoys and wants plenty of exercise. He is so excited when he first sees his people that currently he still jumps up, but he's learning there are better ways to express his affection. And he's really good at showing how much he loves you with those excited greetings and by looking at you with so much love it will melt your heart.
SO if you would love to have your heart melted and a great deal of fun along the way, you know where to come and who to ask to meet. Then fill out those papers so you can have all that Harold love each and every day of your lives together. If you have questions, please email email@example.com.
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