This WONDERFUL boy was about to be dumped at the shelter because the baby kept getting in his face & he growled. It was a BAD situation. Foster says he is TO DIE FOR. Just an AWESOME dog. Dog & kid friendly. Curious about cats.
"He is amazing! He has a lot of Shepard traits. Very loyal. Was trained very well. Hasn't had any accidents in the house. Is very interested in my cats, just sniffing and such but excited like he's never seen a cat before. EVERYONE gets along great. Oh and my niece came to visit and her 2 year old was all around him and he was just fine but she also was taught respect of dogs"
"Cooper has been an amazing dog since I picked him up. He obeys commands (I think he was very well trained), he walks right on the side of you on a leash or just walking around my fenced in yard. He gets along very well with my dogs and is curious about the cats. All he does is sniff them and keeps his ears up watching them when they are near him. If he sniffs too long he has gotten hissed at! There haven't been any incidents with the cats at all just curiosity. He gets attached to his humans very quickly and just wants to be there them. He is a very low maintenance dog. He does get excited to see you and dances all around. He is house trained and hasn't had any accidents at all. He lets you know if he needs to go out. He is just such a pleasure to foster and anyone who adopts him will definitely be happy they did!!"
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