[Read About Natural Seizure Care] Dallas is about a year old and weighs 50 pounds. He is calm most of the time, but can get rambunctious and playful, experiencing a case of the zoomies at least twice a day. He loves to adventure outside, we are in the process of training him to come back when called, but he needs a big yard to run and a fence to keep him inside ideally. He's a slow learner, the vet guesses that he has experienced brain damage from previous heat stroke. This has also caused severe epilepsy and he needs to take his medication every 12 hours (twice a day) to keep him healthy. He will be attending classes with an experienced trainer in San Antonio to learn basic commands and manners. Otherwise he is a sweet and cuddly boy that deserves the world and just needs to be kept an eye on. I have not left him alone for more than two hours since his seizures happened. He is house trained and crate trained, but he can get impatient in the crate and scratches at the cage door. He is good and playful with cats and dogs, and is sweet with kids.