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; Roman could benefit from a Milo Manners class and is best suited for a home without small children as he is large and boisterous and doesn't have a lot of boundaries. However, he will make a great addition to the right family who has enough time and energy to keep up with him. Come meet this athletic and loving puppy today!
; *Return Notes* 9/29/16 Roman is good with kids and the family. He does seem upset when strangers come over and will bark at them a lot. He's a bit of a junk eater when things fall on the floor but listens well to the 'drop-it' command. He is still young so can be a bit mouthy but never ever bites. Would be best suited to a home that can get him exercise and basic obedience training.'
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