Paint was first found in rural Magnolia Arkansas. He was running with a group of other dogs. A pastor noticed that Paint was timid was often beat up by older dogs. Paint came to stay with his foster mom, which was the first time he had been in a house. I've found Paint to be very timid around strangers, but quickly warms up to people. We have become the best of friends. He is happy, loves to play, and loves to snuggle. He has big sad eyes, but don't let that fool you. He knows how to have fun. Paint is very good with cats. He has been very friendly towards the two cats in his foster home. Paint is very smart and has already been house trained. He can sit, lay down, and he's pretty good with stay. He also loves to play fetch and he seems to know the rules, because he loves bringing the ball back to you.
Paint would love a home with a furry brother or sister - he LOVES his canine foster siblings -- or a home where his people are happy to play with him. He loves running so a fenced yard or dog park trips would be great. He is such a sweetheart and still a little on the shy side so it might take him a few days to fully warm up to his new humans. He is great dog, such a sweetheart, always looking to his people for acknowledgement, pets and love. To top it off, he is very handsome and has a beautiful shiny black coat with white tips on his belly, feet and tail.
Age: 11 months
Weight: 65 lbs
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