He likes to run and play with girl dogs - but so far he challenges the boys. He is shy about meeting new people, but we are seeing that fear fall to the wayside as we immerse him into his first real family, his AAT Foster Family. We will continue to teach Seven house manners and general obedience skills. He is a fast learner - he was crate trained in less than a day! And boy does he love his crate - it's warm and comfy with a never ending supply of fresh water and those non-stop kibbles!
Yeah, it's good to be an AAT Foster Dog!
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