Biography (tell potential adopters about your foster dog): He is mostly quiet but if he hears a noise he will bark. He gets along with the other dogs but does not seem to want to play with them. He likes to snuggle and will pick up a toy and play by himself. He likes to sleep with humans but is crate trained. He has some allergies but with his meds he does great. His skin is very dry and need extra attention. He likes to travel and does well in a car. I have too many dogs to know if he marks or not I have not seen it yet. He will potty outside when let out. He is still getting his shots as he can not have them all at once because he has had past problem with his shots. We are giving him one at a time with at least a week in between. He get a little liquid benydril before his shot and he is doing very well with out any reactions. Vet is trying to keep him from having a reaction to the shots as he has had in past. He is very sweet boy and will be a great companion for someone. I think he would not like the niose of young children but older ones is fine my house can be very noisy at time and he does not seem to want to be in the room with us when the volume goes up. He will do well in a smaller pack or alone.
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