Hi, I am Colt and am about 1 year old. My foster family says I have a puppy brain and a full grown body that are learning to work together. I am a very happy, lovable, and affectionate boy. There are many things I love. people, dogs, being outside to patrol for birds, squirrels and rabbits, car rides, toys (balls, frisbees antlers, nylabones), food, and ear rubs. Since joining my foster family I have learned the invisible fence and have stayed in the yard even while those crazy bunnies are just out of my reach. I am house broken and have no problems. I use a crate for sleeping at night and no one hears a peep out of me all night. However I do not like the crate when no one is home and even figured my way out. Since then I have had freedom while they are gone and have had no issues (5 hrs so far). I know how to sit and must sit before getting my food and going out the door. The hard part is the wait, I get excited about going out and it’s tough to hold myself back. I need more work on this. I am doing pretty well with Colt, Come! but am not 100%. I walk OK on the leash. I start out pulling but then settle in. I do not beg at the dinner table and will lay quiet. However, I love snacks in the family room and am not good at letting you eat yours. I love playing with my fur sister and am not mean but I am powerful so I play hard. I do back off when she tells me I am too much. I am good at sharing my toys and am not food aggressive. Jumping is the hardest for me. I am getting better but I have a way to go. I am a strong guy so it’s important that I learn to stay down. Down and off are a work in progress. I don’t counter surf when someone is watching but I have been caught in the act on occasion. I would love a family and fur siblings. I am good with children 10 yrs and older and it was reported to my foster mom that I am good with cats. No sight unseen adoptions for me. I would like to meet all family members and fur siblings before being adopted.