Meet Buddy! Buddy is a big dog with the personality of a puppy. He is friendly with everyone he meets, but because he is large and rambunctious, a home with children, under the age of 7, is not ideal. He may accidentally knock them down when excited and can sometimes be mouthy when playing. Buddy gets along well with other dogs that are his same size and activity level. Buddy might be a little too much for smaller, not as playful dogs. No kitties for this kiddo either, please. Like any young dog, Buddy needs frequent exercise,rules, and maybe an obedience class to help him be the best he can be. Without regular exercise and something to keep him busy, Buddy will get bored which will sometimes result in him being destructive. A tired dog is a good dog! Buddy is house trained, but could use some practice when it comes to crate training. If you are looking for someone to keep you company on the trail, in the woods or on your daily run or walk, then Buddy might just be the dog for you! Apply to meet him today!
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