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; ; Atlas is missing the ball at top of femur - - it is advised that any surgery wait till he is around 4 months most likely unless he becomes terribly uncomfortable - which he is not at the moment.
; ; *FOSTER NOTES* 2/15/17- We signed up for 2 weeks with Atlas and now we are in our 3rd week. This little pup is very special. He has a lovely disposition.; Incredibly friendly and curious toward people and pets of all sizes. He loves the playful energy of kids and wants to participate.As a middle age couple and we find ourselves playing chase around the house with him. He is infections and charming.He gets you up to take breaks from office work so no need to set a reminder!He is house broken as long as he is able to go outside at least every 4 hours. Time is gradually increasing.
; He has a great appetite. Treat oriented that helps his potty training progress.; He sleeps in our living room.
; He has been walking on leash.Barking: he has not been very vocal. He only barked when got excited to see other dogs as potential playmates or got scared of something unknown.We are working on NO (us and the pup as well) He needs to learn not to be mouthy when he gets deep into play mode. He would benefit from puppy classes. He is smart. He learns fast as long as his humans are consistent.
; He is excited about: Food, play, walks, cuddles, (yes he loves sleeping on your lap) The world is a wonderful adventure for him.He is active. We see no sign of discomfort from his hip issues so far.
; We think he would be a perfect fit for a couple or family with kids perhaps 7 or older.
; He deserves a loving environment after a rough start in life.; He bonds with his humans. He will be a very loving companion and WILL steal your heart.'
; *Return Notes* 1/20/17 '
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