Posted 12/19/2019. Reeseâs is a 6 month old Lab/Terrier mix. He favors a Chesapeake Bay Retriever with his coloring and webbed front feet. He currently weigh 30 lbs but still has more growing to do. He is a sweet and lovable boy who does not have a mean bone in his body. Reeseâs enjoys being around his people and LOVES kids (currently living with a 4 and 6.5 year olds).
He does a great job by going to the door when he needs to potty, although he occasionally still has accidents. He loves to go for walks and does pretty well on leash, and his foster mom is providing some training in this area. He loves to play fetch and chew his favorite toy, a squeaky elephant.
While he can have lots of energy, he settles down quickly and loves to snuggle next to you on the couch or chew on his toys. Since he is still a puppy, he is crated anytime his foster mom leaves the house. He is curious about everything and loves to put things in his mouth. He is crate trained and sleeps in his crate at night. If you are looking for a family dog that is great with small kids or kids of any age, Reeseâs is the pup for you!
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