Time sure changes thing! Yesterday I was a puppy and today I’m a two-year-old,125 lb. grown-up boy dog! Time brought unexpected changes to my owners’ lives so with our farm closed, my wandering out of boredom, and my dad immobile, my safest place is a new place. Of course, as a protector, I worry about my dad being without me, but I love him for putting me first. I’m super playful and happy to bounce around with adults, kids, cats, or other dogs. I’ll even share my dining space with other animals, I’m not food reactive at all. In fact, my first taste only happens after my dad says it’s ok to eat. I like car rides and I’m almost 6’ tall with my paws on your shoulders. Come to think of it, maybe I should live with older kids. You can teach me to keep my paws on the ground (while we work on house-training and other inside manners), but high-pitched voices make me mark. Nope, don’t know why but calm, low pitches are better. Oh, and a fence might be a good idea, too since at least as of now I like to explore. Maybe that will change when I’m inside and hanging out with my people? Will you please email firstname.lastname@example.org, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below to talk about meeting me?
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