No sure the breed or age but this pup is a ball of energy. He spends all his waking hours running, wrestling, and playing tug of war with the other dogs. He LOVES playing in the doggie pool. He currently lives with 3 cats and is very interested in them. Hes good about staying away from the two that dont like being bothered but loves playing with our 1-year-old cat and hes not too rough.
He likes the occasional petting and little bits of love here and there but this little guy really just loves to play. He does well with his kennel and only barks to get out when he needs to go potty. Hes on the hyper side so walking on a leash and housebreaking has been a process but hes getting there and he uses a doggie door pretty well. I think Al would do best in a home with a yard and would love a buddy to play with.
This animal is in a foster home. If you would like to meet this animal, please go to www.souldog.org to fill out an adoption application. Once the application is reviewed our adoptions coordinator will reach out to you.
If you have other dogs in the home and are meeting a dog you must bring them for the meet and greet. If you rent, you must provide proof animals are allowed. When submitting your adoption application make sure to submit a good clear picture of your living room, kitchen, and yard.
Filling out an adoption application does not mean you will be adopting the animal. Doing a meet and greet with one of our animals does not guarantee you are adopting the animal. We will select the family we feel is the best choice for that animal after screening and meeting applicants.
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