Dog | Male | Age: 1 | Australian Shepard mix | Spayed/Neutered | Up-to-date on vaccinations
Bingley is a very happy and loving dog. He is extremely loyal and maybe a little too smart for his own good. He gives the best cuddles and loves to play fetch all day long. He is also one of the goofiest dogs and will never fail to make you smile. We love Bing but he, unfortunately, grew about 30lb larger than we expected and we cannot give him the exercise and attention he deserves given his size. We are looking for a new family for Bingley who can give him more exercise and ideally has more space for him to run around. We have worked hard to train Bingley and he has graduated from both the beginner and intermediate training classes through PetSmart. He knows a variety of commands and performs them well, especially when there are treats or belly rubs on the line. Bingley has some minor anxiety issues as well. He has been improving as we work with him but he will need an experienced owner to help him with this process.
We have another dog that he lives with, he behaves very well around her but sometimes on walks if a bigger dog comes by he will get anxious until they pass. We do not know how he would act in a house with another dog but we are trying to avoid it just in case.
He's up to date on all vaccines and is neutered. We got him through Animart and use their vet services so all of his records are in one spot.
An Ideal home for Bingley would be with someone who is home enough to give him the time he needs. Currently my partner and I are out of the house full time and during that time he is in a crate. This works well for us and is not an issue. The issue is that we do not have enough time to give him the exercise and attention he needs. So an ideal home would have some space for him to run around and with someone who has the time to dedicate to him.
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