Buster was brought back to the shelter at 3 years old. He was adopted back in the spring time and reportedly was doing well. In the past few weeks, he started to show some dominant traits with his family and was showing behaviors that made them uncomfortable. You see, Buster just loved sleeping in a people bed and didn't like sharing it or his humans. This is not a desirable trait in a dog, and should be strongly discouraged when working on training. His future home will be disciplined and be sure to stay in control of Buster. Dogs that are trained are happier and more well-balanced canines.
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