Marshall

Marshall

Dog:Marshall
Age:15 months
Weight: 91 lbs
Location: Frederick, MD
Nicknames: Marshall Moo Moo, Marshmallow
Good with other dogs?: Yes, Other: Needs another dog with a relaxed attitude that likes to play rough and tolerates the puppy attitude..
Marshall doesn’t know his size and strength so he needs to be with another dog that’s equal to his size that’s also wanting to play. He also does not respect other dogs space. He routinely plows into our dog and doesn’t take behavior cues from other dogs
Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat, other: Likes to chase squirrels and rabbits, so will most likely go after cats
Good with children? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with kids under 10, OK for kids over: 10
Activity Preference: Hope you like to run long distances!, Needs a couple walks a day., Needs in-house activities, Up for a long hike any day.
IQ: Has many other endearing qualities but brains ain’t one of ’em
Marshall’s favorite things: Marshall loves a good car ride and is a perfect gentleman in the car. He also loves toys and will destroy them all but usually spits out all the pieces.
Marshall is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, staying in a crate, going for car rides
Ideal home: another dog, no children, Lots of exercise opportunities, other: Another young dog willing to play and rough house
Training Needs: socialization with people, socialization with dogs, leash training, needs obedience training

Meet Marshall

Marshall is a happy guy but he’s still learning to behave on walks and in the house. Marshall is house-trained and crate trained. He does excellent in a crate, but doesn’t like to be left alone in a room. Marshall is very interested in any activity in the home and will follow you around all day. Marshall needs a decent sized backyard so he can run and play and get the zoomies. Marshall loves food and treats. We are working on training but he is still a puppy and can’t stay focused long enough to follow a command aside from sit. He does well with routine and needs a very strong owner (physically and mentally) who will have rules and a solid routine, but also understands he is a puppy. Some obedience training would do a lot of good.

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