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He is almost 3 years old and is black with a white chest and toes.  He is VERY tall (OVER 36 inches at the shoulder) has natural ears and is very underweight.  To meet Bruce is to like him right away!  He has been excellent with the 3 year old and 16 month old children in his former home and even allowed them to play "dentist" in his mouth!  He meets new people with a little shyness and becoming unsure but warms up fast.  He is supposed to be good with other dogs and cats but he was very food aggressive in the foster home which he will have to regroup about.  In his former home he was being kept outside in the cold during the day and allowed inside at night.  He was given up because he is so big that it was a worry that he would knock down the mom who is pregnant with the third baby.  He had no yard to exercise in and she could not take 2 little kids and him on a walk together anymore so it was decided he needed to go to another home.  He was well-mannered when invited inside the house and knows 'sit', 'down' and a couple other commands.  He has never been out of his home or backyard except for occasional walks and will need someone to take him places and help him get better-socialized and comfortable with a world he has no clue about.  He will require someone that can handle his large size and open his world up at least by taking him to obedience training.  He appears to be very smart and willing as well as sweet and affectionate.  He will want a family that will be understanding, patient and give him lots of warm hugs, confidence and loving.