Odie is 8 years old, but it's a young 8- he's still very active. He is about 10 lbs - he would be OK as your one and only or with other dog/s. He was not happy at all at the shelter and his fear demonstrated itself as aggression. Once at home, he became a love bug immediately. He's territorial about his bed- in his new home he should have an area that he could call his and feel secure in- maybe a crate. As is a doxie trait, he thinks he is a giant and doesn't hesitate to act BIG with dogs many times his size. He can be nervous at first, but is affectionate with his people. We have found over the years that the doxies and mixes thereof either love their people more than other breeds - or demonstrate it more.....yummy~ This little cutie loves to be held and petted. Since he's so small and not yappy, he should be ok for an apartment. He's been looking for a home for over four years- come and give him a chance!
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