Biggie is a very handsome young lab/pit mix, possibly some Great Dane too. He is believed to be young, approx 1-3 years old. This is a big boy with some more growing to do. He is good with other dogs. Biggie will need leash training because he is strong and has a tendency to pull. This big boy is very friendly and gets along with all other dogs in his foster home. He will make a good family dog. Biggie accepts being crated, but he does not like it. His previous owner left him alone a lot in the past so he howls when left alone. Biggie is not a dog who will be happy if left alone long hours. Biggie is housebroken and has never chewed on household items in his home. He knows his name and comes when called.
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