Name: Harlequin 'Harley' Age: ~8 months House Trained: Yes Weight: ~32 lbs (vets don't believe he'll get much bigger, he is tall though) Crate Trained: Yes, but will cry for about 15 min until he settles down. Up to date on vaccines, neutered, on heartworm, flea and tick prevention, microchipped. Foster Location: Valdosta, GA Harley is all around a great dog. He absolutely has never met a stranger and LOVES people (possibly a bit too much even). It would be a disservice to this dog to bring him into your home if you aren't prepared for a dog that thinks he is bird sized. He WILL sit on your shoulder on the couch and be as close as he can possibly be. Because of this love of people and overexcitement, he is still working on jumping. He's good with kids (but remember the jumping), cats and loves dog friends! As much as he loves attention I believe he could thrive as an only dog, but would also love a friend to play with. He needs a fenced in yard (no apartments or electric fences) and someone that won't leave him alone in his crate too many hours of the day. He isn't a jumper so if you don't have a very tall fence that isn't a deal breaker. He understands our doggy door. Harley is great on a leash and loves to explore with his people. However, he is still working on learning to potty on his leash during road trips. He won't go in the car, but will generally hold it until he gets to his destination, a backyard. Speaking of the car, he is an amazing rider- sleeps the whole time! He is very easy to take out to breweries, restaurants, etc. because he'll stick close and lay down. He will expect everyone to pet him though! Inside, he LOVES squeaky toys and chewing antlers. He's great about only chewing those things and not getting into trouble. As a puppy it's important to not leave anything lying on the floor he may think is a toy though! Outside he's a bit more of a trouble maker, chewing sticks and weeds. But his recall is good, and you can redirect him. He can flinch and run a bit when you go to pick him up or move too fast, but if you follow through slowly he will be happy that you did. It's important not to yell at him, but redirect him. He will become upset and confused. Harley is a VERY snuggly boy (everyone that meets him gets a literal hug like he's a human toddler) and is still very much a puppy. He plays hard and naps hard. He will need a family that can commit to the exercise he needs so he doesn't get frustrated/destructive and overall a person that is willing to create that special bond with him since he's so cuddly. A meet and greet will be required with any potential adopter and the foster family. Here is the application:https://www.australianshepherdsfurever.org/adoption-application All adoption fees are used for future rescue efforts.