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Happy, bouncy 9 month old. Super friendly, loves other dogs.Mr Smiley Guy is a fun-size goofball of 40lbs at right around a year of age. His big, fat pittie smile caught our eye, his cartoon-like shenanigans stole our heart, what a fun little dog he is! If we had to make up a story for him, it's likely he was an early covid adoption and they did nothing with him. We've had him for a handful of weeks now and he's done a super job of learning his manners, but for sure he'll benefit from continued training, just like any teenager blockhead.
Smiley has great fun playing with other dogs, he's down for rowdy running amok, then he's super at snuggling up on the sofa for cuddle time. Cats are a no-go, little man has a chase drive and kitties do not appreciate his enthusiasm. As of this writing, we're going to say kids should be older, maybe 12+. He does love kids smaller than that, but kids rarely love being knocked over like bowling pins and he'd have to mature a bit more to live with littles. Don't have kids now, but plan to? That should be ok, we think another year of life under his belt would make future kids just fine. Around the house Smiley is a good boy. He's housebroken and crate trained, he has pretty decent manners, and has only helped himself to coffee table treasures a few times (he said he didn't mean to).
Smiley is a sweet and funny kid, and wow is he handsome! He's started with basic commands and has done well with house manners, now it's time to find his forever home. Are you looking for a dog with an infectious smile and an exuberant nature? Have we got the dog for you! Visit southofthebully.com and fill out an application, we'll hook you up with a meet and greet to see if he's the dude for you.Our adoption fee is $300. This covers spay/neuter, microchip, microchip registration, all age appropriate vaccines, and any needed vet care.