With a tail that wags non-stop, Domino is definitely one happy doggy!

Happiest when close to his foster mom, he’s equally happy when going on long, brisk walks, running around the backyard, and sleeping soundly with her in bed at night.

Then there’s his passion for food. Being so treat motivated and eager to please, he’s easy to teach, knows his basic commands, and although he goes willingly into his crate, he’s allowed to roam the home when left briefly on his own.

Extremely agitated by sudden knocks at the door, highly vocal when alone too long, and is reactive towards the other dogs he passes on his walks, what Domino needs to thrive is the firm but gentle training of an experienced adopter in a tranquil, single-family dwelling with no other pets and no children under the age of 16.