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; ; He was diagnosed with a heart condition which unfortunately will likely limit his life span to about 4 years, with medication and a low-stimulation environment. His condition is severe and there are no surgical options. The medication helps to lower his heart rate, thus decreasing the work his heart has to do. Symptoms may arise at anytime, and at the onset of symptoms he should visit his veterinarian.
; ; FOSTER REPORT 11/30/16: Bart has been doing pretty well this last week. He still very much wants to play with my dogs but my dogs don't want to play with him cuz they are old and grouchy. He likes to play fetch with people too but would love it if my dogs played with him. He knows sit, shake, lie down, go to bed; we're working on stay, lets go (getting him to wait even though the door is open), and sitting at cross walks.
; I'm trying to work on his food guarding behavior. I hand-feed him his meals; he is fine with that but he still chases his tail after eating. He is fine when I make all the dogs sit and get treats; it seems like an issue when he drops his treat and he thinks the other dogs are going to try to get it. We're also working on his leash walking. He walks well for the most part but will jump and try to chase after cars or will bite and tug at the l
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