Rider (A196960) is a sweet boy who enjoys being around his person. Rider definitely has some border collie in him as he is a very smart guy that would do best in a home that can help keep him stimulated and entertained. Ryder is a happy and high-energy dog, and his enthusiasm for life would make Ryder a great running buddy. Ryder gets excited when meeting new people, but once he gets his wiggles out, he loves to sit for treats and pets.Rider enjoys playing with other dogs along the fence but can be dog-selective at times in face-face meetings so may do best as the only dog in the home, or with an appropriate dog-friend match. Rider is still working on his leash manners but has been improving each day!Ryders exuberance wouldnt mesh well with young children, but older kids should be OK.Ryder knows the sit command, but he is an intelligent dog and would benefit from additional training.Ryder would make a great exercising buddy and would love to have a job or the possibility to spend time in open spaces as a farm dog.
Rider weighs 70lbs.
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