Ryan lives to please people. Extremely affectionate, energetic and a complete sweetheart, he would prefer a home where he’s the only pet so he can devote all his love to his owner. He’s housebroken, has no medical issues and, with just basic maintenance, will stay well-trained.
The perfect fit for Ryan will be an experienced dog owner and smart handler who can challenge him. Ryan listens to everything — just not always everyone. Ryan would excel in a home with a yard, but he is used to the city, too. His amicability with people extends to his fellow dogs. As long as it’s taken slow at first he’s good at making friends. With the right guidance and a little TLC, Ryan will be a buddy for life.
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