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Status: Adopted 03/01/16
Gender: Male
Age: Puppy (1-2 Years)
Size: Mini (< 12 lbs)
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
When my fiance and I adopted Finn (of course we kept the name!), he immediately fit right in with our little family. Finn quickly transitioned from house guest to protector and is sure to let each passerby know to steer clear! (He still hasn't caught on that the mailman is friend, not foe!). Great around kids, adults, and dogs; he loves sniffing and playing at the park and doesn't let his 20lb frame keep him from hanging with the big dogs. We are thankful that he loves to play with his toys, has zero interest in our shoes, and sleeps all through the night at the foot of our bed - keeping a watchful eye of any possible intruders. A loyal companion, one can find Finn walking by mom or dad's side if either heads to another room. If I'm at my office desk, Finn will lay down next to me until I'm finished. One thing we learned right away is that he HATES the rain. He will hold his bladder till the sun is shining no matter how long it takes. Finny gets one paw off the porch and promptly head back to the door, signaling that the walk is over for everyone. Although he's Mr. Tough Guy on the leash towards the enemy, deep down he's terrified of cats. Once, he bumped in to my fiance's sister's cat - and you would have thought he was screaming bloody murder. This playful, sweet boy is everything and more that we were dreaming of, and this is just the beginning!

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