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; Only dog savvy folks will be considered for this willful, passionate fellow!
; *FOSTER UPDATE* 1/6/17-Energetic, very affectionate and goofy boy that requires a handler with strong leadership and experience with working breed dogs. He is crate trained (but preferred to sleep on my bed with the cat and me), knows basic commands such as sit, down and stay, learns quickly and is eager to please. Very food motivated. And loves loves loves to snuggle!
; Kilo loves getting attention and loves most people, including children, but does jump up on people when excited and does so with enough force to knock adults off balance. He?s ok on leash, sometimes dog reactive but easily redirected with treats or other attention-getting techniques. Off leash he loves to run and play with other dogs. Despite his rear end weakness, he can and will make sudden leaps on to higher furniture like tables.
; Though generally very friendly, he was protective of me when walking at night and when people came to my home. He is not easily spooked. Seems quite environmentally stable.
; He was good with my dog-savvy cat, but did chase her around (sometimes at her bidding).; He is a very vocal dog! Especially when excited or upset.
; Kilo is a great dog and would benefit from ongoing training. '
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