came to NEBCR as a result of a divorce. He is a happy boy
who loves people and kids. His bright eyes and smile are
a show stopper. Unfortunately, he love food a bit too much,
but we are making sure he gets the right kind and amount
of food along with lots more exercise.
Max was the only dog in his previous home and is very attached
to people, especially men. While he has been fine with all
the dogs he's met (and there have been a lot, including
the 4 that live in his foster home), he prefers his people.
He is fine with cats. Max would love a family with kids,
especially one where someone is home most of the day. He
does not like to left alone, but is OK if left with a canine
Max did great at the vet and is now up to date on shots.
He did test positive for Lyme, so he is on a 28 day course