|Looks Like:||Retriever, Labrador
Terrier, Pit Bull
|Current Weight:||27 pounds|
|Date of Birth:||2018-03-06|
|Dog Score:||3 - Has had mixed notes about interacting with dogs in the shelter or at home. A candidate to live with other dogs.|
|Cat Score:||U - No Information Yet|
|Child Score:||U - No Information Yet|
|Home Alone Score:||4 - Has been left home alone somewhat successfully|
Tyler also really wants your attention, so ignore him and he'll give a little bark to remind you that he's there and also may need a treat. When he gets excited, his ears flop around and he sticks his butt in the air. His foster mom says his facial expressions are to die for! His eyes are the color of amber and green and he makes you fall in love with him every time you make eye contact.
Tyler loves playing with his large foster doggie sibling, and they're really good about sharing their toys. He has a lot of energy, but he gets it all out playing with his doggie buddy. And once he's all tuckered out, he's ready to crash and naps frequently throughout the day. You'll always know when Tyler's napping because he's quite the snorer. You'll also know because he'll probably be sleeping on top of you.
Tyler is very well-mannered for a young pup and is making good progress on his house-training. His crate-training is also going well as long as toys and treats are part of the bargain, and he sleeps quietly through the night.
Chill and playful all in one little baby, Tyler would make a wonderful addition to any number of loving homes, preferably one with a yard for him to run circles in and keep your kids entertained all day. Come meet this perfect pup!
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