Barney was a stray picked up by animal control and never claimed by anyone, so he came to Pet Friends to help him find a home. While we dont know anything about the environment he lived in, it seems like he was not exposed to much of the world or taught many manners, and as a result, he has some trouble relaxing, is a bit jumpy, and can be a little nervous in new situations. (For example, when he went on his first outing with Pet Friends to a public park, he was afraid of a fire hydrant). Despite this, Barney is a very friendly boy who enjoys being petted and appears tolerant of other dogs. From our first impressions, he likely will need an adopter who will gradually expose him to the wide, wonderful world, and understands it may take him a little extra time to feel comfortable in his new home, but once he does, he will be a wonderful, happy addition to a family.
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