Diego was rescued off the streets and appears to have had a prior family. He walks well on a leash and stands on his back legs as a cute trick. He also plays a funny game with your feet. Though an incredibly affectionate dog, Diego lacks instant trust in humans. A fosterer told us it took about two days before he trusted her and then he turned into a huge cuddler. He is crate trained and almost fully house trained.
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