Dutch answers to Boo-Boo. He is approximately 8 years old and is a rescue from a serious hoarding situation where he spent all of his time in an outdoor pen. He has come a long way since we rescued him and he is doing really well. He lives with 3 others dogs at his foster home and does great with them. He is sweet and loveable and loves to be petted (which wasn't the case when we first got him). He loves his treats which he didn't even know what one was when first introduced to them. Now all you have to do is say treat and he goes running down the hall and is the first one in the kitchen waiting for it.
He wasn't potty trained, but has come a long way and the vet said it will get even better once he is neutered on Sept. 15th. Anyone who is looking for a sweet and affectionate little dog, he is the one for you. He still gets scared when there are loud noises, but he isn't as bad as he used to be. He is so comfortable now being an inside dog with air conditioning and sleeping in a comfortable bed every night with his brothers. He does sleep all night and only gets up when you do. He will follow you wherever you go. He still is scared of a leash but is slowly getting adapted. He doesn't run from you if he gets out of the house by accident. All you have to do is call his name and he comes right back.
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