Neville McPuffinstuff knows, without a doubt, that he will do anything - ANYTHING - for a Fruit Loop (yes, the cereal). Neville's other passions include giving kisses, playing with the other dogs, and strutting around with his tail held high because he knows without a doubt he is awesome, most of the time, except when he has a little self-doubt and then gets the sneezes (true story, Neville sneezes when he's nervous).
Neville was a family pet that was surrendered to a shelter in North Carolina. He is about 10 months old, EXTREMELY adorable, and very friendly. I don't know if he's ever met a non-friend. He is polite with other dogs and says, as only he can when rebuffed, "Oh dear, I am SO sorry, please excuse me." And then he trots away to find another friend to play with.
So far, Neville has done well in the crate and after a couple of corrections, has been minding his manners in the house. He is an active guy and will need a family ready to play with him and give him some basic obedience training. He is a quick learner, and will sometimes "talk" to you when you're not paying attention. He whines to go outside and lets you know he has to "go", and enjoys a good game of tug. He responds well to correction and will give you an "oops! Sorry!" look when he is verbally corrected.
Neville's ideal family will be one that enjoys a high-energy dog and that will also keep him well socialized with lots of doggy friends or maybe a doggy brother or sister to play with. He will not be placed in a home with young children as his exuberence may be too much for small kids. Neville will soon be neutered before his adoption and will be ready to join a new home.
Neville is up to date on vaccinations, HW negative, and will be neutered prior to adoption. Submit your application for Sir Neville McPuffinstuff today!
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