Kacey is absolutely adorable, intelligent, and loves people! I have been fostering him for a few months now, and he's crated trained, knows some commands, and is excellent on a leash! He still has some puppy habits such as getting into things he shouldn't if he's not being monitored and gets bored, so we keep him crated when we leave home, and with us when we are home. I absolutely love this dog! I would keep him if I didn't already run a doggy day care and had more time to spend with him. He would do best with a family or couple who is going to truly be able to dote on him and spoil him, yet also who will be a true pack leader for him as he's very smart and will take advantage of someone who isn't going to keep his routine up, and make sure to keep his busy brain stimulated. He would love to snuggle up in the couch with you, take trips in the car and to the park with you, and while we haven't tried it with him, I bet he'd love swimming or riding a paddle board. He wants to please and bond closely with a forever family. He would not do well living in a home where he would be crated a bunch while his humans were gone for long hours during the day, he needs plenty of quality time and interaction with his humans. Kacey shows little interest in our cat, and gets along well with many other dogs, but does best with females. If you have a female for him to spend his days with as a companion, it would be his dream come true. He does well with some males, but doesn't like others seemingly for no rhyme or reason. I'd advise he not be placed in a home with another male dog. Kacey has some anxiety when he's put into a new situation, so will most likely take a good week or so to show you his truly awesome personality, so someone with a calm and patient personality type, and with true interest in having a well trained dog would be best for him. Once he warms up and settles in, he will do great, and I can always be just a phone call away to assist in getting him acclimated. I'd like to have his adopters keep us up to date on how he's doing in his new home, and let us know if he has any problems. He will always be welcome to come back to us if it's not a good fit for any reason, and we will also happily care for him whenever you travel. If you think you might have the right home for my loveable Kacey Bones, I would love to hear from you.
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