ADOPTED DOWN SOUTH 05-05-14 -Ringo was abandoned by some unkind soul and was found living in a culvert in freezing temperatures. He is only about 15 weeks old and he has had a rough life so far. Despite all of this, Ringo is still the most loving puppy you will ever meet. He loves all people, dogs, cats and even chickens. He just wants to be friends with everyone. He is a very smart boy too! He loves to play with toys, especially tennis balls. Ringo doesn’t mind being crated and is usually quiet. He is catching on quickly to house training and is a generally clean puppy. He only barks when he has a good reason or wants attention. He weighs about 20 lbs. now but is growing fast and will likely be a large dog at maturity.
When BMC dogs are with children, they have a tendency to diminish their playfulness and become gentler and protective. They get along well with children are well known for their sweet and gentle approach to small children. Previous adopters rave about how great they are with their family.
Ringo is very happy and outgoing. He loves to play with his human and animal friends. He likes to play with toys and he also enjoys cuddling on the couch. He is up for any game and he is very smart. Ringo is a very tough little guy and is completely healthy.
Ringo is an active puppy and he needs daily exercise. This can be in the form of playing fetch, chase or just going for a walk. He is content to just hang out once he uses up a little of his puppy energy. He likes other dogs of all sizes. He wants everyone to be his friend. He is even friendly with his foster mom’s chickens.
Ringo likes cats and wants them to play with them even if they don’t want to. He is great with very dog-tolerant cats but a less tolerant cat might find him annoying. He has not food issues and loves food. When he is in the car he likes to nap in his crate during rides. He is crated at night and he does not potty in the crate. He will whine a little when you first put him in the crate but he soon settles down and doesn’t cry during the night. House training is going well, he is a very smart, likewise, he is not a big fan of the leash but he catches on quickly. He is afraid of loud cars going by. I think this is due to him living on the street. Other than that, he seems to be pretty fearless. He is a very brave, inquisitive puppy.
The perfect home would be a moderately active person or family who is willing to spend time playing with him and training him. Ringo would do best in an indoor home with a fenced yard but a fence is not necessary as long as you can meet the energy level of a puppy. He loves other animals so he would do best in a home with other dogs or with someone who is willing to take him to play with other dogs.
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Ringo is very happy and outgoing, see this sweet boy play
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