Announcing 'Prince Max'!! This fine gentleman is a 24 month old English Setter mix who is joyful, loving and devoted to his people. He weighs 42 pounds and has been neutered, is up to date on all his vaccinations, and has been microchipped. Max has decided to promote himself to 'King Max' and while he can play nice with other dogs, we do see that after a while he decides to establish himself as king of the mountain and house and he then asserts himself A little rough and tough with the other dogs. We would like to see this boy be the apple of some family’s eye and the only dog around the house. We also are looking for a wise and strong alpha owner who will guide this boy to good Boundaries and manners. He needs a leader because he has never had one and all dogs need that. He is smart and so we see that a smart owner is a must for Max. As you know about Setters, they are a dog with high energy and a need to Exercise daily. This boy will need a fenced in yard and would love an active family who will take him on runs or walks and hiking. He loves the great outdoors and we know that with the proper time and patience and leadership from an owner that Max will be a Prince of a dog! He is anxious to meet his new family, so please give him us a shout out at email@example.com if Prince Max sounds like your kind of best friend!
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