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cooper

Male
Breed: Mixed Breed 
DOB: Young 
Color: Red/White 
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Cooper is a wonderful little puppy. He is full of life and loves to play. He is very leery of strangers, especially men. If you don’t overwhelm him in the beginning, he will be more accepting of you. Cooper was very sweet with me and Bobbie. Having another dog in the room (Missy) certainly helped to ease him into the profile room. He had no problem in the yard when he saw the greyhounds. He really enjoys being outside and would love to have a nice yard to run in. He did show his teeth to one of our techs when she went to check his incision. We quickly told him no and that was that. Cooper is a smart boy and very well-behaved for a puppy. He is also pee pad trained. I have played with him, rubbed him all over, squeezed collars over his head and never once did he react negatively. With some training, he will be a great dog.


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