Introducing Bond, an adorable 8-month-old housetrained black Labrador Retriever mix who is waiting to bond with you! He is good with young dogs around a similar age, he enjoys running around and playing with them. Bond is still a young pup and can easily adapt to a home with kids and cats. Bond's foster describes him as active, curious, loving, confident, outgoing, playful, and affectionate. He likes to chew on toys, and loves walks and meeting new dogs. He will happily chill on the sofa all day making him a great Netflix pal, and he always wants to cuddle, snuggle and show affection all of the time. He shows affection by getting close and licking your face. He will jump on the sofa to be closer to you which is sweet, and he loves pets, lying on top of you and snuggling up to stay warm. He even enjoys being spooned! Bond has to be picked up and put in his crate, but once he is inside, he is good. He needs to be left in the crate when you're not home because he is still learning to curb his puppy tendencies. But he is learning which things are chewable and which are not. Bond is still learning the way of the leash. He can pull a little bit when he sees other dogs or food on the ground. He could use a refresher course in leash training. He knows to sit and go down if there is a treat involved. He is working on his obedience skills and is so smart he should be trained in no time. Bond will run and slip around on the floor when you throw the ball for him, it's hilarious! His favorite toy is a squeaky octopus. His ideal home would have plenty of room so he can run around. He would also enjoy another dog to play with. He does need training so would be a good project for a family with young kids: he's very playful! Do you have a place in your heart and room in your home for the sweet, handsome, playful Bond? Come meet him today!
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