BAMBAM is a gen of a dog. He is very friendly and such a lover. He has lived with a lab for some time and done well. He's friendly with people he meets and happily greets new people with a wiggle-butt when they come over. He is GREAT WITH KIDS. He appreciates a proper introduction to new dogs and is beat when the dog isn't too dominant. Small dogs don't phase him and he's shown himself to be very tolerant with the little dogs. Bambam is very, very smart and KNOWS SIT, Lay, and will give you his paw. He is a champ in the car and rides nicely. He WALKS WELL ON LEASH, and enjoys long walks. He is not good with kitties since he thinks they are a fun play toy and the kitties don't particularly like that. Bambam has had the same home since he was 10 weeks old, but now he is being forced to leave his home and is in danger of going to the shelter. His owner is a young woman living with her father in a mobile home park. Bambam recently got out and saw a cat and played too rough him, and so the moble home park manager said this dog has to go. Some dogs just aren't meant to live with cats, and most dogs need to warm up to cats and learn how to co-exist with them. This is a true shame because Bambam is not aggressive. He is a great dog and he has lots of great qualities. He is very quiet and doesn't bark other than to alert his family that there is a possible intruder. Bambam is not with our rescue, but we are helping his family find him a new home instead of taking him to the shelter, but he can't stay here forever and desperately needs to find his new home. If you are interested in Beautiful Bambam, please don't wait to reach out. We are happy to have you meet him. If interested, please contact Mitzy@4LifeRescue.org or Nene directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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