He is neutered, current on vaccines, and heartworm tested. He is crate trained, walks well on a front-harness leash, and does very well in the car and in the house. He gets along with other dogs and loves to play in the snow. He has a gorgeous coat, long silky ears, and when he puts his head on your lap your heart will melt. He's a little shy with strangers but we are working on that. He looks like a pint-sized lab and we don't expect him to be very large.
If you have a fenced yard and you and your younger dog are looking for a new family member, please call Holly at 575-586-0784 for more on Hershey.
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