Prince is looking for his best friend that happens to have a comfortable couch. He loves to play for about 20 minutes and then he is ready to nap the day away. Prince has previously lived with children, a rabbit, cats and other dogs. He has been great with everyone we have introduced him to here on the farm. He knows sit, shake and lay down. He loves treats and follows commands with the expectation of a treat. He does well off leash, roaming around, checking things out and coming back when called. He doesnt chase the horses or cats, preferring just to wander through their pens. When he is around cats, he prefers to keep his distance and give them their space. Prince has been good with other dogs he meets and tends to just ignore them and play with his rope or toy. Like all dogs, proper introductions are necessary but he has not shown any signs of aggression or fear toward other dogs.
Somewhere in his past he learned to use his leash as a tug-of-war rope so we are working with him to learn to be happy walking on the leash without playing tug of war the entire time. We think with more consistent play time and then walk time, he will figure it out pretty quickly. Prince is a very smart dog and seems to want to please. With time and patience, he will learn not pull on the rope.
Prince is neutered, up to date on his shots and microchipped. If you would like to meet Prince, contact us today. He is looking for his best friend for life. Is that you?
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