This is what Augie's foster mom has to say about Augie:
Augie is doing great and loving life and making new strides everyday in his foster home.
With housebreaking he only has maybe 2/3 accidents a week.
He is doing well on the leash with a little pulling on the leash some when he meets new people on his walks but always happy to meet new people.
He has shown that he is very interested in cats so a Cat free home would be best for Augie.
Augie has lots of Aussie energy and drive so alot of outside time with his owner is needed.
He loves walks and outside play with others.
Augie loves the baby pool.
He does calm down but needs alot of stimulation before doing so.
Augie needs a somewhat tall fence for free play to keep him safe.
He also would do better in a home with older children.
Augie does not do well in a crate for any great periods of time.
Augie does sleep all night in expen with no complaints.
Augie's expen is a larger modified expen to suit his needs.
Augie would love an active family with older children with no cats and not to spend his time in a crate when owners are away from home.
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