This is Lucky. He's a loyal and loving herder boy who is hoping to be lucky enough to have you fall in love with his charm, just like all the people who meet him. Yup, he's a charmer with everyone he meets. Lucky is also highly trained through formal, professional training. He's e-collar trained, potty trained, leash trained to walk at a heel, knows sit, stay, come, down, go to crate, and place. He likes to 'speak' and it will make you laugh. He loves car rides, eating his pup cups, and being his person's best friend. Lucky has had experiences of going out in public to restaurants and such. He can get overwhelmed with too much action and will make himself small and just lay down. It's his way to decompress and stay comfortable. Lucky likes a peaceful home and environment. A home that doesn't have a lot of foot traffic is a good home for Lucky. Lucky loves men and women, and is good with cats, but hasn't had experience with children. Due to the fact that he is more relaxed in a home without a lot of action and excitement, we feel that he needs to be in a home without children. Lucky has never shown aggression toward people or children, but he has had some difficulty with the other senior male dog in the home. Lucky somehow thinks he's the party police and steps in to overcorrect the senior male dog when the other two female dogs have gotten too excited playing. The issue has only been in the home. Lucky has played with other dogs outside the home that he doesn't live with and played fine with management. He is a herder, so he will herd and he requires someone to understand that it's the nature of this breed. He can go places and isn't bothered by the presence of other dogs, nor does he react to them. He recently went to his trainer's house, and while many dogs behind a fence were barking, all Lucky cared about was getting belly rubs and affection from the trainer. As great a dog as Lucky is, he needs a new home due to the dog issues in the home, even though his wonderful mom has tried everything to help the two dogs get along. Lucky will thrive as the only dog in the home. His loving and loyal nature makes him the ideal dog for a couple or single person who'd love the close companionship of a soulmate dog. He likes to be by you. He'll sleep at your feet, then go off to his crate to sleep at night. Two years ago, Lucky was rescued by a woman who took him to work. A woman there was kind enough to take him home for a slumber party for the weekend, and Lucky was so happy and just loved this woman. When they went back to work, Lucky jumped the 4 ft fence during the day and ran back to the woman's car and just sat in front of it because he wanted to go back home with her. Lucky got lucky that day because that woman adopted him and that's where he is now waiting on his luck for another chance in the right home that will be a fit for the rest of his life. Lucky is 6, neutered, utd on shots, and fully trained. If you think Lucky is the dog for you, we'd love to hear from you!