Bennett is a shy, 5 year old boy that weighs about 60lbs. He has the striking markings of a Husky but is shorter and built like a Chow... black tongue and all. It takes him a little time to warm up but lots treats and gentle petting helps him understand quickly that he's found another friend. Once he gets to know you, he's very sweet. And he's VERY quiet! He's not much of a runner or jogger but instead would prefer to just hang out at home and sometimes go on short, easy going walks. He loves to play with other dogs... and actually prefers males dogs to play with. Because he's a bit insecure, he must have another medium to large, easy going dog in the home. Bennett is learning to walk on a leash and go for car rides... and he's coming along like a champ! He must have a fenced backyard and a dog experienced home. Because he's timid, no kids in the home would be best... and no cats. If you would like to meet Bennett please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your phone number.
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