This is with heavy heart, but recent break up, I'm not here enough for him
He is pretty much toliet trained (n ew places he struggles with)
He loves walked but does tend to pull alot. He is good with other dogs, however likes to bark at them! He has so much energy so he will like to play alot. He is getting more wary of strangers however once he knows you, he won't leave you lol! He will bark at people till he's comfortable, so he needs someone who has experience of dealing with this.
I will not be letting him go just anywhere, I love him more than anything and I'll make sure it's the perfect fit!
Please note he was abused before getting him that's reason wary of strangers
Any questions please ask. Born 20th June 2022
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