My friend Bingo:
Bingo is an adorable 3 year old boy that comes with some quirks. He is one of the most loving, happy, friendly dogs that I have met, but... Bingo is a special case.
He can be barky and growly with strangers until he gets to know them, yet he has never bitten anyone, nor do I think that he will.
Bingo's best talent is that he is champion at playing with other small dogs. He has the best dog skills of any dog that I have ever met. He is just a doggie social butterfly. So he will make an ideal 2nd small dog.
Once Bingo loves you, he will love you forever. You will be smothered with kisses and he will burrow under the blankets with you. He listens really well and so wants to please you. He will do just about anything for a treat.
Because Bingo has some challenges, his ideal family will have teenagers or no children, live in the suburbs and understand that great rewards come with some effort.
Bingo has been living with a foster that is working on his issues. He is making progress, but most likely he will remain a barky guy with strangers at first.
Bingo is not a guy that barks at everything under the sun, like a leaf falling or a cough. You can handle the remote and open the fridge without a bark. He reserves his barking for close contact with people he doesn't know, large dogs on his walks, and the neighbor cutting his grass. Those types of situations.
Bingo has some wonderful traits though. He is housetrained, walks well on a leash and is good when crated. He's also up to date on his vaccines & has been neutered. Adopt Bingo today and giggle with delight at his cute silliness!
Bingo is NOT with Eleventh Hour Rescue. If you have any questions about him or would like to meet him, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and speak with Kathie. She would love to see this pup finally find his forever home!
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