Dillon is a diamond in the rough. Do you have that is takes to make him shine?
He's eager to learn all the things that will make him the perfect family member. He is currently in training classes!) He knows sit, down and come but is learning the more refined manners we humans want from our pups. He's manageable on the leash but requires some polishing so a patient owner will help him shine. He only barks at other dogs is they start it. Seems fair.
He's dog friendly (playing and napping) and a low energy, shadow dog (he likes to follow you) who has mad cuddle skills. He does pick up his energy level with his foster dog sister and enjoys rough housing but is good about calming down when told. He is learning about the magic of toys. He hasn't shown a whole lot of interest but he does go for a good Nylabone and it's possible squeak toys might be something he'll go for in the future. His foster dog sister has been trying to teach him the way of the toy.
Dillon is crate and potty trained. He loves to be outside and enjoys a good sun worshipping session so he'd probably really like a fenced in yard to enjoy.
So, what's the catch? Well .... he gets sick in the car. Not a big deal breaker but Dillon may not be a great traveling companion and might prefer to be more of stay at home kinda kid. It's possible it could go away but it's something to be aware of. Also, this boy likes being pampered. That isn't a negative but you know.. you should plan accordingly. Write those snuggles and grooming sessions into your planner.
* Approximate Age 2 Years * Dog Friendly * Cat Friendly * Child Friendly * Up To Date On All Vaccines * Neutered * House-trained *
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