Spike is a 'Bugle' or maybe he is a 'Beabull'….anyway, he is 2 years old and a Beagle-Bulldog MIX! He is people friendly, loves playing with other dogs, and is an overall happy and goofy guy. He is not only stoutly handsome, but a very strong 51 pounds. He came to us after a not-so-comfortable life and after a couple weeks in a kennel, then neutering, he is now in a foster home. He’s going to need some work on leash walking, but he is very food-motivated, so we know he’ll do well with his basic obedience training.
He played really well with the other dogs he met, but we don’t know about cats. After just a couple days in his foster home, his foster mom said that he is really good for laughs and wants to spend a lot of time on her lap, he is quite affectionate! He's also catching on that fetch is a lot more fun when he brings the ball back. He allows it to be takedn from his mouth easily. He also met the 1 and 2 year old niece and nephew and they all played nicely together.
Check back for updates as they get to know him. But don’t wait long, this sweet good-looker will get scooped right up soon!
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