Get To Know Boris
In the home he respects the rules, behaves immaculately, is loving, friendly, knows plenty of commands he follows instantly, he is excellent with people who he greets in a friendly manner as potential tug of war playmates. Currently he is sharing home with a little fur sister and they getting along great but any new dogs are scary for him which can make Boris react . He can be left for up to 7 hours without problems but he is very active with high energy levels. The issue is that when he hears a dog close by, or sees one on a walk he still loses the plot and melts down, which can be challenging as he is such a strong dog. Therefore, ideally he would be suited to a more rural, spacious home where he can be less stressed by barking neighbourhood dogs.Boris will never be dog social but potential to have one friend.
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