Otherwise he's been in the house with us when we're home.
He's a wonderful companion dog - would be great with other dogs, cats, kids,
and is very easy to deal with. Happy, not good off lead, but great on lead.
Apparently chases squirrels on occasion.
Very dark gray or black and white, brown eyes, neutered male. Between 6
and 8 years old. He's overweight - about 75 lbs. - about 23 inches tall.
He's got a healthy thick coat - medium length (not a > wooly). He was
surrendered because his owner no longer had enough time to properly care
for him. He is wonderful with other dogs, not at all aggressive. Has
happily lived with a cat. He walks on lead without pulling, does not jump
on people, sits, lies down, jumps in the car, rides quietly in the back
seat, is house trained, is one of the most content dogs I've seen -
happily lying for hours at my feet. He loves to be petted, brushed, has no
trouble letting me look at feet, ears, teeth. He's basically healthy but
low thyroid - on meds indefinitely (once a day). His trouble points are
that he dug out of his kennel at his previous home, didn't like to be
confined. He's been in a kennel for three days at my house without digging
at all, but he's kenneled with another dog. Nonetheless, he doesn't like
to be confined away from people very much (neither has any other dog I've
fostered). He cries when he's in a kennel and can see us, but has spent
one quiet night in the kennel, and a few quiet periods during the day when
he's in the kennel and we're in the house.
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