Harley

NJ -

Male -

10 months

This dog was adopted on 2011-09-30

Personal Information

Weight:80 lbs

Color:Fawn

Ears:Natural

Tail:

Spayed/Neutered:Yes

Shots Up to Date:No

Other Dogs:Yes

Cats:Unknown

Children:Unknown

Crate Trained:Yes

House Trained:Yes

Microchipped:No

Individual Needs:Regular Exercise, mental stimulation, obedience training

Adoption Donation:$375

My Story

08.25.2016

Harley is the joy of our household. He now has to fur sisters and rules the roost.
He has matured into such a good and handsome boy.
Harley has tremendous energy and plays all day at daycare with a harem of females.
He amazes us how gentle and careful he is with our 18 month old grandchild. Showers her with kisses and watches over her like a doting father.
 
Things could not be better.

10.27.2014

Harley is the best boy ever.  We continue with training.  He is weak on a hard recall.  He brings such joy to our hearts.  He is best buds with our grandchildren.  I had partial knee replacement and I could not believe how sensitive and careful he was around me.  He spends most of his days playing with a select group of females at the Purr & Pooch resort.

08.29.2013

It feels like Harley has been with us forever, not just for 2 years.  

Harley has grown into the wonderful family member we always hoped he would be.

We are fortunate that our grandchildren are with us every weekend during the summer.   Harley is a gentle giant with them, always careful of not knocking them over or playing to rough.  He stays on my granddaughter’s bed and does not leave until he knows she is asleep.

They delight in making him sit, listen to the down command, giving paw, and high 5’s them.  He knows he will be treated and always takes his treats gently from them.

Both go on walks with my husband and fight over who is going to hold his leash.  The boy has manners.

 Every morning he comes into my mother’s bedroom when I give her breakfast.  He waits to be asked up and then comes up on her bed to oversee her breakfast.

He cheers her up. 

He is so handsome.  No matter where we take him, people stop us to find out what breed he is (for those who are not familiar, where did we get him), and comment on what a stunning well-mannered dog we have.

 He was a lot of work and we invested a lot of time and money in his training.  We are reaping the rewards 10 fold.

 We fell in love with him when he was posted on the NLBR website.  We just knew he was the one for us.  Thanks so much to Diane for fostering and to NLBR for giving him a 2nd chance. Our group has a special place in our hearts and we will work as hard as we can for all.

 

02.03.2013

We cannot imagine our lives without Harley.  He is our child and best friend rolled into one. It has taken a full year of training, but he has grown into such a wonderful, handsome boy.

He's great with our grandchildren.

I never thought any animal could heal the pain of losing our older boxer Rocky; but, Harley came in and healed my hurt and replaced it with love.

08.22.2011

 I have to say, that I am so proud of "big baby", Harley!  We took some vacation time and were lucky enough to have our pet sitter, who Harley already knew from the day care center, come to our home and stay with the three dogs.  Therefore, with very little change in Harleys schedule, she was able to continue his doggie manners training, keep his daily routine, and even take him to his day care sessions to continue with doggie daycare lessons .  I called every day  to see how things were going and I was elated when she told me that she was extremely impressed at how much progress Harley had made. Her comments included how he interacted with my dogs at home---listening, commands, manners, how comfortable he seemed now playing with my dogs as well as the dogs in general at daycare,  and just an overall total 100% improvement! She had seen him, first hand, a few days after we took him into our home so It was nice to hear how she thought his attitude and behavior had improved immensely---he has come full circle.

 

       On occasion,  you still see momentary "flashbacks" but he "catches" himself or I will say "Excuse me?" or "oops!"  and he automatically switches behavior.  Oh, and there are times when he acts as if he hasn't heard you!  But whose dog (or kids or husband!)  hasn't done that at least  one time or another? He is being the best boy now and really trying to please---of course, always in training mode---but he is still only a 9 month old puppy,  always learning, and always needing to be reinforced--- not just with treats, but verbal and physical reinforcement too.  He is just a big love! 

 

     Now for what he has learned the past 3 weeks--- 

 

(1)  He has learned to stay with Tootsie in her  "place" at dinner time until the bowls are prepared and placed on the floor.  Only when he is released with an "OK" can he come to eat.  When he finishes, he must wait at his dish and not explore the other dog  dishes while they eat. He usually finishes and looks up at me and waits--- he will then get a couple of small "spreads" of cream cheese on the side of his bowl till everyone is finished---. Good boy Harley!

 

(2)  He has also learned the "Treats on Feet" game---place treats on front paws, "wait" and "watch", but  can't eat them until told!

 

(3)  I  allowed  him to sleep out of the crate for about a week but  felt he was not comfortable---so I went back to having him sleep in his crate. Today though, after I took him out early this morning, he laid down and went back to sleep so nicely  outside of the crate with my pups --so I may try it again soon!

 

(4)  I am allowing Harley  up on the furniture now, since he would see my guys there and would sometimes "sneak"  -- in the past though, being a "bad boy" when up there!  Now that he is listening and behaving so nicely with both dogs and adults, it is time to give him some more freedom!

 

(4) He no longer counter surfs or gets into trouble when I am working in the kitchen.  He either takes a nap on the small throw rug in the kitchen, naps in the livingroom with my dogs,  plays with them or entertains himself  with the toys---and this is very comical! He is very vocal---Growling, howling, crying, and making every noise possible as if he is talking to the toy----then rolling on his back, throwing it in the air using every contortion imaginable just enjoying his play toy.  Then, of course, one of my dogs decides to join in the fun and toy play becomes tug or just general playtime!

 

(5) He has learned that only gentle play is allowed in the small area in the living room and he cannot be a "lunatic"-- he has finally learned when "enough is enough"--Thankfully!

 

(6)  Play outside?  Awesome!  Andddd--no more tasting every plant, bush, or blade of grass! He also drinks right from the hose now and loves it---as soon as he sees me spraying, he is waiting for his drink!

 

(7) He has learned ALOT and that "nothing in life comes free!" --- I can honestly say that he is now an enjoyable dog to be with ---still working on a couple of those past issues in daycare and at home but he is coming along so beautifully!

 

He will still need adoptive parents to be home part of the time and dedicated to his training using positive reinforcement. He may be a big boy, but he is still only a 9 month old mischievious puppy and needs guidance. 

 

With all his advances, I know he will make a beautiful transition to his forever home!

I have to say, that I am so proud of "big baby", Harley!  We took some vacation time and were lucky enough to have our pet sitter, who Harley already knew from the day care center, come to our home and stay with the three dogs.  Therefore, with very little change in Harleys schedule, she was able to continue his doggie manners training, keep his daily routine, and even take him to his day care sessions to continue with doggie daycare lessons .  I called every day  to see how things were going and I was elated when she told me that she was extremely impressed at how much progress Harley had made. Her comments included how he interacted with my dogs at home---listening, commands, manners, how comfortable he seemed now playing with my dogs as well as the dogs in general at daycare,  and just an overall total 100% improvement! She had seen him, first hand, a few days after we took him into our home so It was nice to hear how she thought his attitude and behavior had improved immensely---he has come full circle. 
       On occasion,  you still see momentary "flashbacks" but he "catches" himself or I will say "Excuse me?" or "oops!"  and he automatically switches behavior.  Oh, and there are times when he acts as if he hasn't heard you!  But whose dog (or kids or husband!)  hasn't done that at least  one time or another? He is being the best boy now and really trying to please---of course, always in training mode---but he is still only a 9 month old puppy,  always learning, and always needing to be reinforced--- not just with treats, but verbal and physical reinforcement too.  He is just a big love!  
     Now for what he has learned the past 3 weeks---  
(1)  He has learned to stay with Tootsie in her  "place" at dinner time until the bowls are prepared and placed on the floor.  Only when he is released with an "OK" can he come to eat.  When he finishes, he must wait at his dish and not explore the other dog  dishes while they eat. He usually finishes and looks up at me and waits--- he will then get a couple of small "spreads" of cream cheese on the side of his bowl till everyone is finished---. Good boy Harley! 
(2)  He has also learned the "Treats on Feet" game---place treats on front paws, "wait" and "watch", but  can't eat them until told! 
(3)  I  allowed  him to sleep out of the crate for about a week but  felt he was not comfortable---so I went back to having him sleep in his crate. Today though, after I took him out early this morning, he laid down and went back to sleep so nicely  outside of the crate with my pups --so I may try it again soon! 
(4)  I am allowing Harley  up on the furniture now, since he would see my guys there and would sometimes "sneak"  -- in the past though, being a "bad boy" when up there!  Now that he is listening and behaving so nicely with both dogs and adults, it is time to give him some more freedom! 
(4) He no longer counter surfs or gets into trouble when I am working in the kitchen.  He either takes a nap on the small throw rug in the kitchen, naps in the livingroom with my dogs,  plays with them or entertains himself  with the toys---and this is very comical! He is very vocal---Growling, howling, crying, and making every noise possible as if he is talking to the toy----then rolling on his back, throwing it in the air using every contortion imaginable just enjoying his play toy.  Then, of course, one of my dogs decides to join in the fun and toy play becomes tug or just general playtime! 
(5) He has learned that only gentle play is allowed in the small area in the living room and he cannot be a "lunatic"-- he has finally learned when "enough is enough"--Thankfully! 
(6)  Play outside?  Awesome!  Andddd--no more tasting every plant, bush, or blade of grass! He also drinks right from the hose now and loves it---as soon as he sees me spraying, he is waiting for his drink! 
(7) He has learned ALOT and that "nothing in life comes free!" --- I can honestly say that he is now an enjoyable dog to be with ---still working on a couple of those past issues in daycare and at home but he is coming along so beautifully! 
He will still need adoptive parents to be home part of the time and dedicated to his training using positive reinforcement. He may be a big boy, but he is still only a 9 month old mischievious puppy and needs guidance.  
With all his advances, I know he will make a beautiful transition to his forever home!

07.29.2011

Harley went for his third daycare session---there were 23 dogs---and he was the "star" pupil this week!  One of the day care girls sent pictures to me, which I have included. She told me that Harley just  finds a place to "sack out"  when he is tired ( no need to intervene and make him rest) and he is playing "awesome" now  with all the dogs.  He arrived home from daycare on monday and proceeded to make his "Chewbacca" noises as he addressed his toys and, yet again, inspired Tootsie to play!  I got tired watching him.  He finally settled down, had some dinner, and I then proceeded to take a different approach to "bedtime manners", so he could sleep with his foster sister/brother out of the crate.  He did finally roll over and go to sleep after I kept treating him for remaining in a "down".  It was easy that night since he was so tired.  Harley is becoming more patient and  polite each week but there are still a few things that he has not totally grasped yet and this is one of them.  We had tried every night for about five days to let Harley sleep out of the crate with our "pups"  but he just wanted to jump, roll, flail his legs while on his back, attempt to play, try to paw or bark at  them and do just about anything he possibly could do  to get their attention and to thoroughly frustrate and annoy his "buddies"--- who were trying to sleep!  Harley is quite funny to watch, always the comedian,  sometimes unrelenting---like "a little nat flying about your head!" (Ok, in plain english, our "star" was creating the doggie version of the movie, "The Jerk").  He is only 8 months old and still just a big "puppy" so he doesn't understand sometimes when "enough is enough!" Always in play mode---Harley just wants to have fun!  Last night , I treated for the "down" but no luck with sleeping this time!  I decided to give him three tries.  Telling him, "time out" if he began to pester and  "try again" after a minute, so he could refocus---- but sometimes having to  put him back on leash to lie by me  when he continued  on his "quest".  When I thought he was almost asleep,  I would take off the harness and leash, but when I wasn't looking,  the big stinker  was up again trying his hardest--grabbing a toy and squeaking it over Tootsies' head and shaking the toys in her face. I finally had to remove all the toys and bones ---good thing I am patient!  He did sleep out of the crate again last night but it took alot longer ---definitely my big goal this week! I  will also start working on  the command "front", which means,"come to me and sit", and maybe a little trick---leaving treats on the feet until I tell him he can eat them!  Always have to keep him busy learning new things!  

      What else has he accomplished and improved on?  He will drink out of the hose if you make a cup with your hand.  When the weather is hot,  he doesn't mind if you wet him down with the hose---but is hesitant about coming close  while it is spraying and won't drink directly from it.  Harley is behaving perfectly with Tootsie in the yard now and  is no longer trying to taste every plant----I think tasting the chives had something to do with it! ----AND, no longer chasing bees but beware if it flies by his head! Also, Harley's greeting people has been perfect---no "tinkling" accidents---yeah! Oh---and I forgot to mention-- Harley is not a "jumper!" Wow, what a "plus" for a boxer!  Hope my dogs learn this from Harley! When people come into the house or he meets people, he does not jump, which is great since he is a big boy! Can there be a drawback to not jumping? Well, just a small one! You have to place Harleys front paws up on the car seat and lift his back legs to get him into the car--- but the most PERFECT passenger---and he has no problem jumping out for you!

     Harley always takes the lead from Tootsie---and sometimes is connected at the hip to her, literally.  He is a  "leaner", and does so to Tootsie as well as myself--- so I just move, as does she! He has no food aggressions at all, chews bones with my "guys" and  has learned not to approach and try to "take away" someone elses bone---Of course, I am there at all times when they are chewing. I have not tried feeding them dinner together yet---that is the next thing on the agenda.  He has also learned to wait his turn at the water bowl patiently as well as walking in the house nicely and waiting to go out---no more barrelling in or out to be "first". He actually loves the game that we call "Catch O's.  All three dogs line up, I call their name and throw a Cheerio and they have to try to catch it  in their  mouth--he is really good at it! 

     Harley finally met our Leroy yesterday.  I had kept them seperated most of the time. Lee had a shoulder injury and was wearing a brace for 7 weeks and although it was the first day that he had it off, I decided to let them meet without me intervening.  I had Tootsie play with Harley for about 1/2 hour to tire him out a little and then let the two meet in our living room.  To my surprise, Harley was not sure what to make of Leroy's "play style".  Leroy has quick, short movements and he is extremely strong since he has been going to physical therapy (PT) for his back legs for over a year --and now he is in PT for his shoulder (He has hyper-flexability).  When Harley tried to paw Lee's face, he would duck, face Harley,  and quickly jump up and put both legs around his neck and hold on.  If Harley tried to lean into him, Lee would spin away and immediately pounce on him with both legs, full force and knock him over.  The more Leroy tried to play, the more Harley kept running over to me--- but I kept moving.  Harley then tried  to go to Tootsie for "protection" but she was in the crate so he tried to squeeze next to the crate and chair!   Leroy may be little (53 lbs) but he told Harley who was boss! Just put a little baseball cap on Leroy sideways and he is the typical "bad boy"---loves to play with all the big guys!  Lee will definately teach Harley a thing or two!

   Well, that is about it for this week---Harley is definitely learning ALOT!  Stay tuned to learn how the sleeping arrangement progresses as well as continued updates on the new Harley! Get your applications in adopters!  Harley is ready to make a smooth transition, and he will remain that wonderful, hilarious, obedient pup with just a little continued guidance! He will definitely keep you laughing---and what a face!

07.20.2011

It's been almost four weeks now and I am seeing a whole new Harley! Our little celebrity is retaining everything and becoming the perfect foster pup!  Each week we add different things to train.   I am just giving him a crash course but he is "loving" it!  He sees me get the treats and from morning to night he is looking to please.  Sometimes, he tries to see if he can get away with something but if you don't give in, he gives up!  What  have I added to this weeks training agenda?--- pulling on the collar, touching feet, ears and mouth---just working on getting  no complaints from the "star"!   We are continuing to practice "come" while he is playing with other dogs.  It is hard for Harley to focus and stop playing  while having such a good time, this is all new to him--- but he is starting to do it!  He retrieved a ball last week three times in a row and is learning the proper way to play with people--No "rough housing"!   When Harley went for his visit this week to the daycare center to undergo his intensive training by the daycare dogs, the girls at the center helped work on these new things--"clicking and treating" for those wanted behaviors. He is in constant training mode and he doesn't even know it ---he is having such fun learning!  I think a confident medium or large size resident dog will also help Harley continue to  be successful with other dogs, so any adopters looking for another to join their pack, ----you are going to love Harley!

    This is the "personality dog"----especially now, since all the bad behaviors are being extinguished, you can see his true personality coming through and what a great one it is!  He is that carefree, "just want to have fun", dog---just show him how!  The pictures on the website don't do him justice.  He is so adorable, still a comedian, and can really entertain!  He has now added "Wookie talk" (from star wars) and----- he loves to chase bugs.    We had a problem at first---had to let him know that "NO, Leave It", meant ---"Don't touch that bug, it's a bee!"  He loves to chase butterflies and moths but  lightning bugs must taste terrible because the faces that he makes after catching them in his mouth are priceless!

     With that being said, I guess I can tell everyone about the one big issue that I have been working on since the first day.  It is just about non-existent by now, and involves how Harley should meet friends or strangers. Harley needs to wait a few  minutes before  having  people pet him ---or, if the person wants to say "hello" right away, Harley needs to "sit" or "lie down" before doing so.  He just loves people and actually gets so excited that he  "tinkles" a little---but as long as the above guidelines are followed, he is fine. Watch out!  "Hands Off" if he stands up from his "sit"!  The first and second weeks that Harley was with us, I would tell people what to do and I actually thought it pretty funny if they chose not to listen! Well, lets just say that it ended up being a very good training lesson for friends! Harley is still young, so I think it is something he will grow out of  and eventually people will be able to pet him right away and he won't have an issue---he has already gotten so much better, and has not "lost it" in the last 10days on his "people meetings". He is great as far as being "house trained"---no accidents in the house! I let him out every three or four hours  during the day. He retires for the night to his crate at about 8:30, stays in his crate for about 9 hours, and  has never had an accident.

     OK adopters---if you think you may be interested in this super sweet,"Mr. personality" boy---get your applications in.  I am getting attached, people! Since he is eager to please, doing so well and such a cutie--- Who can resist?

 

07.14.2011

Well it has been about two weeks since Harley came "visiting" our home----I have come to the conclusion that it is like dealing with Marmaduke from the comic strips and Marley from the movies.  On one hand he is comical and clumsy like Marmaduke, always making you laugh and on the other hand, always getting into trouble like Marley--- but I am glad to say that our "comic movie star"  is making great progress.  The "Marley" part of Harley  is now listening pretty well and going into his crate when I ask.  Sometimes you have to wait a little and coax with your voice, but he knows if he goes in the crate that  he will get lots of good things!  He is no longer "demand barking" at all, but still does a little  "whining" in the crate--- although it has ceased to a "bare minimum".   I began to let him out in the house on leash with my dogs to teach him how  to behave  in the house. I had tried a couple of times before but he was like a "bull in a china shop" so I had to wait for the right time---that seemed to be after about a week when he understood enough "rules of the house".  Now he is off leash with my dogs and has become one of the "pack" but we are always in a  continuous training session!

      He now walks thru the house nicely with Tootsie to go outside but must "wait" at the door in a sit until the door is open (same with the crate) and I tell him it is "ok" to go.  They play three or four times a day outside for about  15 to 30 minutes.  Tootsie is teaching him the proper way to play and how to interact with other dogs----he is coming along rather well! He just doesn't understand yet when to stop! I spoke to the owner of our daycare center and he agreed to work with "Harley and me". Harley met dogs a couple of times a week during the last two weeks and  today was his big debut!  I brought him to the center for a regular daycare session to  meet/play with a whole group of dogs.  If he was rude or he  "upset" the other dogs, I would have to go back and pick him up. I kept my fingers crossed when I dropped him off and when I called to see how he was doing, one of the daycare girls said," He's doing awesome!" He really played well this time and understood how to interact with the 18 dogs that came! The Tootsie Training is working!.  She is such a good helper/teacher! Needless to say, Harley is home and  is so tired that he is sleeping peacefully together with our dogs---a good thing!

      I took  Harley to our groomer to get his nails clipped and there he met her  two cats, who are very friendly, and actually love being around the dogs.  Harley just wanted to sniff and inspect them but never tried to chase, jump or  "eat"  them!  I was glad to see he was just a curious pup---

    The first week that  Harley  was with us, he did  chew things he shouldn't and played incorrectly with people  so I  began redirecting  his focus to something else---either  toys, food, sit/down or touch (touch hand with nose) and retraining the old behavior.  He gets small treats of chicken, hot dog, cheese, or some other "goodie" for responding correctly.   Ahhh and counter surfing---  If he tries , I get in front or to the side and "body block" him. As his feet hit the floor, I say "off" and before he thinks this is play or he can jump again, I throw a lot of treats on the floor. Once he is down on the floor he keeps getting treated as long as he has "four feet on the floor". It is all working and in just 14 days!  He has made remarkable progress! -- Of course, he will still need continuous guidance to stay on the right track.

     Now for the Marmaduke side of Harley---!  He takes Pears from our tree and runs around with the stem part in his mouth and the pear part sticking out---then, looks at Tootsie or myself with an expression as if to say----"What?"  He dances around Tootsie trying to get her to play and she just stands looking at him as if he is crazy (and he is sometimes!).   He gives you those beautiful, soulful eyes when you ask him to go in the crate and he hesitates as if to say, "Do I have to?"  He spreads out on his tummy and stretches from the tips of his front feet to the tips of his back feet with his head down on the ground and his eyes closed, especially when he is hot and after playing---  He looks like a skinny flat rug!  He play bows his toys (don't know why he doesn't play bow dogs!) and barks and bounces in front of the toy.  If it squeaks, he sometimes "howls"  mouth to the ceiling---he is always making us laugh!  Speaking of howling ---he actually "talks" to my dogs and the others at daycare as if he was imitating Scooby Do---the cartoon character ---yes, Harley is definitely a character!

     Harley is just the sweetest boy and would be great in a home that is willing to work with him consistently to continue to show him the "correct road to travel."  It would be great if the adopter was home part of the day or even worked from home. Harley  just needs to continue his  manners training and  how to act with people and other dogs.   He is soaking up all the information and understanding it all.-----He is very willing to please, loves to learn  and always wants to be by your side. It is very gratifying to see it all come together----

Sooooo, for more updates  on our movie star/cartoon character/comic strip boy---stay tuned to this station!

 

07.02.2011

Harley is just a big, sweet, goofball boxer boy!  He was an owner surrender by a family who had two teen boys who adore him.  Their mom kept everything current on Harley--was neutered, up to date on all his inoculations, and was micro chipped as well----but, due to unforeseen family circumstances, they needed to find their sweet boy a new home.  I spoke with her on the phone and I was willing to drive to meet halfway to share the traveling time and expense but I got the feeling from talking with her that she, and the older son that accompanied her to surrender Harley to us, wanted to make sure that he was going to a reputable foster home.  They spent some time with us, said their good-bys and shed some tears----.  They had learned about our application process and knew that we (NLBR) would be the best way to find a new "furever" home for him.  She said, "This was the hardest thing that we have ever had to do but I know this is the best thing for him."

     Harley came to us, already knowing "sit" with a voice signal and "down" with a hand signal. He does need some obedience/patience/manners training so my pups and I started right away!  Of course he is only 7 1/2 months old so he is that happy, "crappy", who cares--, boxer boy!  Although we have only had him for 3 days, we are working on demand barking and crate training and we have already seen some significant changes! 

     I practiced walking him around our yard for a day and he did really well wearing Tootsie's (our female boxer) harness so I met up with another NLBR volunteer at the park and walked for about 1 hour and 10 minutes.  Although he pulled somewhat at the beginning of the walk, none of the park noises, bikes, people, other dogs or bustle of the evening crowd seemed to bother him.  He seems to like all dogs but does not really pull on the leash to try to get to them---if I just kept walking, so would he.  We are working on "loose leash" walking, keeping to my left side or walking nicely in front.  He tends to try to cross over to the right of you to get a "good view"--easy way to get tripped and also allows him more freedom to pull! The next morning was a little different---we went again to the park by ourselves and I found myself walking in circles or stepping in front of him to break his focus from the tons of squirrels!   It was a great training session----him darting, me circling and jumping in front of him---now that I know this is a great distraction, I can work on minimizing his reaction to those mesmerizing creatures and try to get him to focus on me and my yummy  treats!

     He is fabulous in the car---we have gone out everyday visiting!  I have been keeping him very active mentally and physically to release some of that pent up energy---makes for a better behaved dog---he gets tired, he naps, and retains more of what he is taught.  Our Tootsie is definitely teaching him how "not to be rude" with her and other dogs but Harley is a little "hard headed" and seems to always approach the wrong way.  Harley met two other female dogs (that I know) yesterday and two other dogs today.  They interacted ok but none of the dogs actually really wanted to play with him---they either "told him off" because he was so rude or they wanted to leave ---to get away from him.  He is very "in their face", trying to greet face to face, pawing them, or trying to lick their face, as well as other  behaviors that could all be considered rude or confrontational  to another dog.  He doesn't really know how to play---I will continue to have him socialize with other dogs that we know--they will teach him, he will learn.

     So that is the start of Harleys stay----he is a little "furkid" in an ovesized body.  Just wants to be with you all the time--very loving, always kissing----a clumsy, nutty boy that just is beginning to learn how he should act. Oh, by the way---Did I tell you he has the cutest little "half tail"?  More next week---stay tuned!

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