Update: Since I've been fostering Trex, he's become a happy, socialable,
funny (clown)little guy. He slept in a crate for two nights, but now
he's moved to the big bed with my two dogs and me. The first night he thought it was just for snuggling, not sleeping. He had a couple accidents in the house, but now he's nicely housebroken. He cries at the door and all three of them go together. Trex loves running and playing in the snow, and takes his fuzzy toys out and buries them in the snow. Bandit and Ariel then help him find the toys before they come in. He's good on leash but I feel he would need a fenced yard. He has not been nippy at all. He's a lover, not fighter, except when it comes to my cat. He will do best in a home without cats. I feel he will make some family very happy!
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