I'm Titus. Everyone thinks I'm a puppy 'cause I'm a little dude, but I'm full grown. I'm a year and half and I already know a lot stuff because I go to school (BADRAP.org) every Saturday. I know how to sit calmly, "look" at my handler with my absurdly cute face, lie down when asked, give you my petite paw when prompted, and walk nicely next to my person. You've probably gathered that I'm pretty smart. It's true. I learn fast and will bust out every trick I know for a treat .... even kibble. I am very social with humans and dogs alike. Playgroup with other shelter dogs is the best thing ever, except for maybe being doted on by shoppers on 4th Street. The ladies love me!
I have a lot of energy - I'm young after all - and would really shine in a home where I could get plenty of exercise and continue to work on my training. Because I get excited easily and can be a little mouthy, I would do best in a home without small children. But a well-matched canine sister or brother could be swell. So if you're looking for love in a most exquisite compact form, come meet me!
The staff and volunteers of Berkeley Animal Care Services think that Titus has a personality of World Class Wiggler.
Act quickly to adopt Titus *Adoption Fee Waived*. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
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