Please contact Terry (Terry.Cerisoles@turner.com) for more information about this pet.
Scotty's owner writes:
I have a 6-year old male smooth fox terrier named Scotty that needs a good home. He has never been spoiled however; he likes to be the center of attention and loves affection.
He is of course very smart, crate trained, house broken and haslearned much, such as sit, fetch, and crawl, shakes hands, get your toys, opens his crate by himself, some hand signals and other normal daily commands. He is patient with bathing and grooming, very alert and loves romping in fenced yards and long walks. Scotty is neutered and up to date on all vaccines.
When I leave for work he sits and waits patiently until I return.When he sees other dogs he barks, whines and howls intensely where he just does not hear commands until he gets to smell and sniff the other dog. Because all animals aren't as friendly, I don't always let him have is way when greeting other animals
Recently due to downsizing within my company I have had to travelabout 60% of the time. I feel a more stable environment is best for Scotty due to his loving personality.If you are looking for a well trained loving companion, Scotty is the perfect dog.
For more information and photos of Scotty, please contact TerryCerisoles at email@example.com or 770-565-3149.
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