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Hi, I’m Cody; I’m a 4 year old, beautiful chocolate boy. I’m a medium guy, tipping the scales at just 73 pounds. People say I look and act more like a 2 yo lab. I have lots of energy to run & play or go for walks and I NEED daily exercise to settle. If I’ve had enough exercise, I settle easily in the house and snuggle on the couch with my FM or chew on my bones. I was surrendered to the shelter because I kept escaping the yard and running free. I was tied out and would chew through the rope. I can also easily jump a 4 foot fence. I bet I’d be great at agility, I could be an Olympian. J
I pretty much like everybody! FM says I’m a great snuggler when I’ve had enough exercise! I just spent the weekend with a calm 8 yo boy and I was on my best behavior after my initial crazy greeting. I do get excited easily and jump up in people’s faces initially but once everything is calm, so am I.
I get along great with other dogs too. I’m currently living with 4 dogs. I love to chase and play with them but I also respect the “I’ve had enough of you youngster” growl. I saw a cat in cages at the Pet Store. I was cool until that nasty cat hissed at me. I jumped back and crouched in the corner. I don’t know what his problem was. When we go for walks, I get excited and want to chase the squirrels but I listen when FM says to leave it.
I know SIT and I’m learning LEAVE IT and WAIT. I love to play FETCH or TUG and I’ve learned to bring the toy back to continue the game. I also LOVE hanging out and relaxing. I’m good in the car; although I like to poke my head up in the front seat. I’m strong for a little boy and pull on a flat collar but I walk really well on a front clip harness. I’m still working on this housetraining thing. I wasn’t allowed in the house before so I never had to think about where I could go to the bathroom.
I was just neutered and the Vet gave me a clean bill of health! So I’m ready to find my Forever Home! Who’s gonna be the lucky one to take me home?
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