Reed, despite his not great start to life, is a pretty awesome guy. He's a little shy when he first meets people but he warms up quickly. He is a lower medium energy dog who enjoys being with his people. We believe he likely was not a house dog before, but he's perfectly fine in a crate! He is working on house training and keeps his crate clean, but he will mark a bit from time to time. A belly-band will be recommended in his new home until he learns the routine.
Reed is fine w/other dogs. He shows a bit of interest in REALLY small dogs, but overall he's pretty chill. He hasn't been exposed to small children but has been fine w/teenagers and up. He rides well in a car- loose or crated. Reed has not been cat tested, but given his interest in very small dogs we are recommending a kitty-free home.
Reed is a really sweet, go-with-the-flow sort of guy. While he doesn't need a home who is experienced w/his breed his new family will need to understand his initial shyness. Reed would be a great walking partner. He'd love to hang out and help you with your yard work too. Reed could potentially go to a home w/out a fenced yard, provided a detailed exercise/containment plan was in place. All in all he's a WONDERFUL dog who deserves an amazing home.