Booyah was left behind in a falling apart house when his owner was in a car accident. Almost 2 months later I was notified that someone had been feeding him and his mother at the request of the owner, but that the home was truly horrible and not fit to live in. I was given permission to remove and rehome both dogs. The mother has health issues and is smaller so I am able to Foster her and I'm working towards getting her health issues resolved. Her son is larger and healthy and needs the foster or a furever home ASAP. I don't have the space for him and he needs a lot more exercise than I can give him. I'm struggling already with six of my own and now three fosters. Booyah needs someone who can be patient. He at first is scared, but warms up to people quickly. Introductions just have to be done correctly so that he isn't in the defensive. I think that he would be good with kids, but I'm not sure of ages he hasn't been around anyone very young. I've only had him a little over a week and there aren't any young children around my home. He and his mom were alone for a long time and I'm not sure how socialized he is with other dogs, but I think with the right introduction he would be fine and would actually be happy to have another dog too play and interact with. His mother is more reserved and he seems sometimes to be overwhelming for her. He's taller and bigger and likes to get a lot of attention so if I'm showing her attention he's climbing over her to get to me. I don't know if he's ever played with toys. I've been working with him throwing the ball and he's doing pretty good. He wants to try to bury it. He sometimes has been chewing on a nylabone, but not much else right now. It's just going to take that special someone to bring out the best in him. I really want that for him because I see he has such wonderful potential to be a great family member. Please only contact me if you're serious and understand that he's a work in progress.