Buddy, Dog, Italian Greyhound (short coat)

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Species: 
Dog
Breed: 
Italian Greyhound (short coat)
Primary Breed: 
Italian Greyhound
Gender: 
Male
Home with dogs: 
Yes
Home with kids: 
Yes
Declawed: 
No
House Trained: 
No
Age: 
Young
Special Needs: 
No
Spay/neutered: 
Yes
Size: 
Small
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Yes
Color: 
Gray
Coat Length: 
Short
Found: 
No
Location Zipcode: 
68104
Description: 
Please contact Tanya (lincolnigs@yahoo.com) for more information about this pet. I am a very energetic, six month old puppy. I am the happy-go-lucky type and like everybody. I am good with kids and is working on being a good listener to commands. I don't like to spent time in my kennel, and would rather spend it with my family. I am very sweet. Since I am only 7 months old, my potty skills are not fully developed. I am very playful and will need a home where my puppy energy and playfulness are appreciated. I am a pretty smart guy and know how to sit already. My current foster home is in Omaha. Please consider giving me a new home, as I have already had a couple in my young life, and don't want to keep getting passed around. Here is more from his foster home...Buddy is a very sweet and active puppy. He enjoys playing with other dogs and loves to cuddle with adults and children alike. He is potty-trained and will usually ask to go outside by going over to the door. There have only been one or two accidents in a three-week period of time. He is very intelligent and has learned commands such as 'sit' very quickly. He is very trainable and has made enormous adjustments in just a few weeks. Buddy does have a mischievous puppy side to him. He does try to steal food from the kitchen counter and sometimes runs away when he is told to go to his kennel. However, when he is given a command to sit and stay in a firm voice, he obeys. Buddy would do well in any family, but would really enjoy a home with another I.G. to play with. It is probably best for him to join a family without very young children, since he tends to play carelessly and can easily scratch a child's eye or face. His new family should ideally be a family who can set firm limits with him and not give in to him because of his cuteness.