I sadly was such a mess medically when I came into TABR. I had a rectal prolapse, an ulcer on my eye, two cherry eyes, and was severely underweight. The vet wasn’t sure I was going to make it but with lots of help and medicine, and a dedicated foster mom, I am thriving! Now I’m ready to find that forever home with lots of time and attention for me! I’m definitely a handful so I’ve been searching for the perfect family that can spend some time working on general training with me, because I never seemed to learn a lot of basic manners when I was a puppy. I like to jump on all the furniture and climb things, I also counter surf looking for snacks and you would not imagine how agile I can be! I’ve done great with the dogs in my foster home, however when I go out to events or meet new dogs, I’m a hot mess. The volunteers at TABR are really thinking I would do better as an only dog right now so that I can get a lot of one on one attention. When I go out to new places, I seem to get very overwhelmed and stressed, and I haven’t liked other dogs around at that time, particularly other male dogs. With kiddos, my foster family has a 4 year old girl and I adore her. However I have done meetings with other kids that are playful and my people thought I would love, but again, I got over anxious and I can get nippy. TABR tells me these are all things I can work on and get better at, I just need the right home to focus on me and build on all the work my foster home has done to get me healthy and into the right home! I definitely have a big personality and will make someone a very fun boy. They just have to be open to a challenge and work with me on my little behaviors to become the best boy!