Ozzy will be two years old in April. He was rescued from Bully Rescue Warriors. Ozzy has been apart of our family since July 2018. In the beginning he was great with our two kids, but now he can be aggressive if they go near his crate or if he has something that interests him and they kids go near him. He is a great dog, and he just wants to be the baby of the family. He would do best in a home with primarily adults, and teens. I suggest not having him in a home with young children. Ozzy is crate trained. If he has too much freedom in the home he will find spots to do his 'business'. We use the at home base so he goes outside with only the collar on. If the battery is dead, Ozzy will take full advantage of roaming wherever his heart desires. Having a fenced in backyard would be very beneficial! We do have another dog in the home that is a female, and he does do well with her. Ozzy loves the dog park and he loves meeting new people. He is mostly up to date on his vaccines, but I will call and confirm prior to the adoption and I will have any vaccines that need to be taken care of done before the adoption is finalized. We would like to keep in contact with the adoptive family (we also think this would be best for our kids). We are hoping to find the best forever home for our boy!