Meet Doyle! Much about the world and it's goings on are new to Doyle and right now everything makes him a bit nervous and unsure. He does enhoy the company of other dogs and is slowly learning to play with his foster brother. He would very much benefit from having a confident dog friend in his home, one that can help him learn that new people and places are not as scary as he thinks. Toys are new to Doyle too, but he is learning that they are pretty fun, especially the soft, squishy ones.
The scariest of all things for Doyle is children of all sizes. The best home for him will be one that is quiet and without children. Doyle does okay with the cat in his foster home, although he is inclined to chase it on occasion. Doyle's foster family is working on introducing him to new things, but it's a slow process for this sweet, shy boy. Doyle will most likely never be a go anywhere type of guy. But, if you are looking for a companion to share your evenings at home on the couch, have a lot of love, time and patience, Doyle may be your guy. Apply to meet him today!
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