Clay is an adventurous little guy who likes to roam a bit. He was found as a stray and no one has claimed him so he's now up for adoption. Clay can be an escape artist so he must never be left outside without supervision. He got away from his foster mom's house and ended up over 8 miles away in less than 3 hours. We're not sure how but he does like to hop in stranger's cars so that is probably it (That's how he was found the first time).
Clay loves to wrestle and play with other dogs and is very sweet. He has not been tested with cats or kids yet. Clay has a lot of energy and would love to have a buddy who can keep up with him. He is mostly house trained and is learning about crate training.
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