He is around 30 lbs and a total goofball. A bit confused on true play but learning, understanding corrections and getting the big picture. House trained to a doggy door but still shows an interest in chewing.
He has recently spent a couple of weeks in our director's home with a dominant Boston mill survivor female his size and a small, 6.5 lb total terrier of a spoiled Brussels Griffon that literally rules the roost. She actually intimidated him a bit but we are cautious when things escalate.
He loves people but can be a bit scared and confused changing environments, nothing a day or two won't settle. In his original home he played to rough/dominant in doggy daycare so his visits were limited.
Are you willing to dedicate yourself to helping Finn reach his true potential, training, safely socializing, exercising, loving, helping him feel safe and life the life of a dog? Finn is not for small children and we prefer an experienced dog owner with training connections. Other calm and easy natured dogs preferred, medium size a plus.
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