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Asher is the happiest of young pups. ‘Happy happy happy' is how his foster mom describes him. She also says he is trusting, playful, affectionate and energetic. One outstanding quality is that though he is in foster and not yet his forever home, he is as confident and, yes, happy as can be. These are wonderful qualities to have in a four-legged canine friend, don't you think? Asher loves everyone. He plays well with other dogs and having another young dog in your household for him to play with would make them both happy, we're sure. Would keep them out of trouble, too! He is also very loving with children, and as long as a kitty wouldn't mind some initial sniffing, he's good with them. Asher is house trained, yay! He does pretty well on leash, but could use some fine tuning on walking in a straight line. He likes to explore, for sure. This boy totally enjoys playing with toys and seems to love everything he does, eating, playing and being close to his human/s. He's a cuddly boy who wants to be in the middle of everything, and he's cute as can be, all legs, ears and tail. If there is a puppy or human "pile" to be in the middle of, he wants in on that game. Other than his forever family, this darling boy needs nothing more for his continued adventures in life. He's going to make a wonderful canine companion for the lucky person or family who makes him theirs. Is that you? Best hurry down to see this adorable ball of happy love so you can get that forever thing going right away. And remember, all APA adoptions come with free behavior assistance through APA's behavior team. And when you adopt a dog from APA, you are saving not one, but two lives - the life of the dog you're bringing into your home, and the next dog APA can save in the adopted dog's place.