Foster Update: Beau is a very happy, friendly dog who loves to play. He loves being around people and other dogs. He enjoys walks outside and will let us know when he needs to go to the bathroom. Beau is very smart. He has learned to lay down on command and stay. He also lets us know when he has to go out by sitting in front of the door. Despite being on the larger side, he is very gentle and sweet and just wants to be loved. He has become the favorite in the neighborhood with the local kids and dogs. For his future adopter, Beau will Need a home with another young playful dog---No Exceptions!He is an active dog who loves to play, so a big, fenced backyard would be a plus. Beau needs a fence at least 6 ft tall b/c he can jump a 5 ft fence with ease. Beau is very people motivated and loves to be with his humans therefore, he will be required to go to a home where someone is around a good portion of the day.
Beau is a fun-loving boy who enjoys romping with other dogs and loves being with his humans. He is great with people of all ages and would love a home with kids who will toss a ball for him. Because he is so playful, Beau would do best with an active adopter who will allow Beau to partake in family adventures and have a fenced yard for him to romp and play. Beau is not suited to apartment living. Beau is good on leash, so if you're looking for a walking companion, Beau might be the perfect match. He is a well-mannered boy who will make a wonderful family member. He is house trained, up-to-date on vaccines and preventatives and eager to find a family to love!
The adoption fee for this dog is $295, which includes routine vetting and spay/neuter.
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