Sean would do well with obedience training and would probably be the star of an agility class. He is responding well to the daily time he spends with the shelter volunteers and staff (who are utterly devoted to him) and is eager to learn. He already knows the sit command. One of our dedicated staff members even takes him running! Due to his energy level, Sean would be best in a home without small children. He will be a great companion for an active family. He has been wonderful with some of our newer shelter dogs, acting as a mentor helping them adjust. Sean should be closely supervised when he is outside, since he can jump a fence. He is a good dog who just needs structure and attention."
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