Please consider that many of these dogs have been abandoned, ignored by their previous owners, or turned in to a shelter, having little interaction with someone who cares about them. When adopted, they will need time to adjust to the changes in their life.
2 yr old sable male. From his foster... He knows two things, shaking hands and asking for love! He does not understand any commands, however, we are working hard to teach him the basics. He is like a bull on a leash, just wants to go. , he is such a sweet boy! He gets along well with the other dogs and is still trying to figure out the cats....If they stand their ground he just smells them and moves on! He loves everyone who walks in the house! He loves to eat, and eat! We are focusing on getting some weight on him but not overdoing it as he could eat until he is sick if we let him. He will not get near a crate so we let him sleep in the family room at night and he has done great! Seems to be housetrained as he has had no accidents! We did learn the hard way that we can not leave any food on the kitchen counters or he will take it, lost my dinner to him the other night. All in all he is great
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