Max. WHAT a good dog. His iconic thick yellow collar has honeycomb and bumblebees printed on it, earning him the nickname Bumblebee Max. That big olâ collar is just for decoration though, because heâs super easy on a leash! The quickest way to his heart is through a good game of fetch. That, or some treats. Or both.This handsome boy is many volunteersâ first walk of the day when they arrive at the shelter. Why? Not only is he super sweet, heâs super house trained! While thatâs a great skill in a home, it can be detrimental to a shelter dog. With less volunteers able to go on campus these days, dogs get less walks. A dog like Max will hold it in all day until someone is able to get him out. Thatâs not good for him, and could result in infection! Heâs just TOO good of a dog, we guess. To top it all off, Max has lived well with kids, and his previous owner noted that heâs an excellent listener. He knows sit, stay, and come. His goofy eyebrows make him look like heâs in a constant state of worry, but donât be fooled! Once he trusts you (and it doesnât take much to get to that point), heâll give you all the love.I weigh approximately 77 lbs. Click here to view my paperwork.
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