Solo is very energetic and loves being around smaller dogs. He was brought from Los Angeles, California to St. Louis Missouri a year ago. He loves to be outside where he can run around and play. His favorite treats are anything bacon flavored. He is motivated by appraisal and enjoys butt scratches. When indoors, Solo is very mellow and enjoys taking long naps on the floor by your feet. Solo is also constantly very alert and barks at people he does not know, but once introduced in a calmly manner, he becomes friendly with everyone. He has been around children since he was a puppy and can tolerate them very well. He has never shown any signs of aggression towards people and is actually very shy until he gets to know them. He is driven by the word 'outside' and starts to spin at the door out of pure excitement. He currently has issues with separation anxiety and is given trazodone and gabapentin together to help calm him down, but with the right training, he can be a really great dog because he is an amazing listener and is very obedient with commands. He is house trained and will bark at you to let you know that he has to go outside. He knows commands like, 'sit', 'down', 'shake', 'spin', 'stay', and 'speak'. When it's time to eat, he will wait by his bowl until given the command 'go ahead'. He is a nibbler and will constantly be snacking throughout the day if there is no other dog present. If there is another dog around, he will eat all his food at the time of feeding. He loves car rides and always wants to stick his head out the window. Solo loves to be around people. The reason why we have to rehome him is because I am currently pregnant and my husband and I will not be able to give him the attention that he needs. We just moved into our first home, which does not have a big backyard and Solo needs a spacious yard to run in. For the time being, we have been taking him out on walks constantly, but once our baby is born, I would not be able to walk him alone with a newborn. Solo needs a person that is willing to keep up with his high energy and to be there for him more than we can.