Cooper is your typical Golden, especially when it comes to wanting to be with family. Coop will follow you around from room to room waiting for you to settle down so he can nestle beside you and have you pet him. If you dare stop the petting, he will shove his nose under your hands demanding more love. All he wants is to be loved. He desperately wants a family to become his 'people' and will adore them forever if given the chance His favorite thing to do? - definitely whatever his humans are doing. He is very velcro and so wherever his person is, he is - which includes on the couch and in their bed. He enjoys tossing toys and balls around the yard, going for walks, and rides well in the car. He'll play fetch until you wear out and will run & run until he wears out. Coop is all puppy - although he is crate trained he will need help with learning basic manners. He is not past stealing and destroying interesting items that are left laying around. Typical puppy things such as jumping on people, and being mouthy are all areas that Coop will need someone who is patient and willing to put in the work for training. But in return he is always excited to give lots and lots of kisses. When we have encountered other people or dogs on the walks he has not shown any signs of aggression. Because of his jumping and play biting, we feel a family with older (teenage) kids or adults only who are willing to work with him in these areas would be best. With all the energy Coop needs to expend, we think it would be a good idea if his new home had an active 'youngish' dog for him to play with. He does need to learn how to play a little more gently, but with some coaching he will make a great playmate for a dog who would like one. If you have experience with training young and exuberant puppies, are home most of the time, and think Coop is a perfect fit for your family, email Naphel at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know how you would provide a great home for him.