I am heartworm negative, I seem to be healthy and my vetting needs are current. I am supposedly good with children, but these folks do not recommend placing me into a home with kids because I do not like to have my ears messed with and I will try to bite at you. Apparently I do not appreciate being muzzled and will give you a really hard time with it too. I do like my crate, it seems to be my safe haven, but if you try to take me outside after dark, I act scared and uncomfortable for whatever reasons, not sure just why. I do ok around most cockers, but some dogs must irritate me, as I will growl at them. At the temporary home with my owners friend, I was with a Chihuahua and I showed dominance, but I was ok with the cocker. If you can work with me on the things that I need help with, show me patience and understanding and provide me the loving home environment that I deserve.............I would love to have a 2nd chance to be your favorite companion, a best friend and share a good life with you.
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