Romeo was rescued from Gordon County Animal Control after the shelter burned to the ground! Luckily all the dogs made it out alive, but a tad shaken up. Romeo is as friendly as they come. He is great on a leash, wonderful with children and other dogs and seems to even be potty and crate trained. He really is a doll of a boy and would make a great companion for someone who loves low riders! He is a meaty fellow. One talent we have noticed of his is that he can jump VERY high and climb chain link or wire fencing, so mayeb an apartment or someone that leash walks would be best. He is actually a very quiet dog. We tested him with cats and he seems to have no interest in them, which is great for kitty owners. All around he is a really good dog!
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