We adopted him in July of 2016 from PHS (Peninsula Humane Society) in Burlingame. In July and August we took him to basic manners class and we all learned how to work together. Since then there have been some times when he reacts to people and or dogs in a way we don't understand. As first time dog adopters, we have realized he is too much dog for our family (our two daughters are not able to walk with him safely). We did return to the Humane Society to discuss options and rather than euthanasia we have chosen to search for a new home.
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