Tazz is a three year old male Staffordshire Terrier Mix. He weighs around 49 pounds and is on the smaller side. Tazz is currently in a foster home. He is housebroken, crate trained, and walks very well with a harness. He also seems to know how to heel and he knows the command sit. He is very treat and food motivated so he will be easily trainable. Tazz has a lot of energy and needs daily exercise. He loves to run, chase tennis balls, and go for car rides. Tazz is dog social but should only go to a home with well mannered, non-dominant dogs. The foster is currently introducing Tazz to the resident cat, he does not seem overly interested in the cat but the two have not been in the same room as of yet. Tazz is shy and scared around people he doesn't know and gets very uneasy around large groups of people, but once he gets to know you all he wants to do is sit in your lap and snuggle. Tazz needs time to trust people and he does not like to be grabbed or handled roughly therefore he should only go to a home with kids over the age of 13 that will understand and respect his boundaries.
For more information, please contact Tazz's foster mom at email@example.com
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