Coal is true to his name in being only at the first step towards becoming a shining diamond. In his case it is guidance and encouragement, not pressure, that will get him there. He is friendly and sociable though worried about strangers at first. He is loyal and listens to his humans. Coal has the makings of a great companion! He is a little shy at first and will bark but warms up quickly. Then he is always by your side. Even though Coal looks like a lab in pics, I assure you the Dane is obvious; seeing him in person changes everything. Coal is just a big baby at around 1 years old as of the beginning of April. He was found dumped at Utah-Az boarder. It took animal control 3 weeks to trap him. He doesn't quite understand his own size as is so often the case with this breed, especially while young, and though friendly to other dogs can overwhelm all but the most hardy. Providing regular sessions of vigorous exercise can really help keep him calmer around the house and when socializing. Teaching Coal to not jump will help a lot. He is still puppy just a big one at that. Hehe. Coal has been great with kids though again he may overwhelm the littler ones. He is good with some cats but doesn't understand his size. If you are interested in adopting him, please fill out the pre-adoption application for Northern Star Dog Rescue on Linktree, https://linktr.ee/northernstardogrescue
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