Candy Corn

Animal ID: APA-A-65590
Adoption Fee: $250.00
Sex: M
Looks Like: Terrier, Pit Bull
Current Weight: 20 pounds
Date of Birth: 2018-08-30
Age: 5 months
Location: In Foster
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Dog Score: 4 - A good candidate to live with other dogs.
Cat Score: 4 - A good candidate to live with cats.
Child Score: 4 - Has had positive interactions with children.
Home Alone Score: 3 - Has mixed notes about being left home alone

Candy Corn is an adorable puppy who loves to be held and cuddled. He's a bit shy at first when meeting new people, but warms up quickly and then becomes very playful. He's very good with kids and lives with a couple dogs in his foster home and gets along great with everyone.

Candy Corn is doing well with his crate and leash training and already knows "sit" and "shake". He follows his foster mom around the house like an adorable little shadow and loves being petted. When you hold him or if he's sitting with you he will lean in to you and "grab" your hand with his paw.

Candy Corn likes playing tug-o-war with humans and other dogs and does a lot of running around the yard. He has an adorable bounce and hop when he runs or gets super excited. He's a big fan of anything that squeaks or rolls, and he loves his chew toys.

Candy Corn would make a wonderful addition to any number of loving homes. One with a yard and some dogs or kids to play with would be nice too. Come meet this perfect puppy!

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