07/08/21 16:26 Stopped in front of his kennel this morning and had a talk with him. At first he had nothing to say but glared at me and when I didn't go away, he started a low growl and lifting his lip but when I still didn't go away and offered my hand, he gave up and gave me kisses. He acts like a grumpy old man who's bark is worse than his bite (figuratively speaking) but when called out on his behavior, his true personality comes out. He will need someone who is experienced and has the time and patience to work with him. ml06/29/21 15:08 Due to behavior observed, recommend,**experienced owner or rescue, only**. He acts grumpy and doesn't want to be bothered but not aggressive. ml06/17/21 16:32 gentleman had called to ask of the temperament, he has young grandchildren that visit. I explained the animal was ok with NO aggression noted. Later that afternoon during rounds, the animal was stiff as I walked by, he lifts his lip, growls and nips. I would advise NO children.6/15 A little shy, but friendly, just wants to sit at your feet or be petted. Dog walks well on leash.06/08/21 10:05 animal was loose in the street, caused a few car accidents, animal is very large and unwilling to move. He is stressed so to prevent any injuries we kenneled him right away. We were able to vax but unable to take a pic.
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