Meet CEMI (See’ Me), a 50-pound 2.5-year-old rough coat boy with classic black and white markings. CEMI is kind, happy and smart, a ‘velcro’ dog who wants to be with his owner all the time. He may do very well as an only dog. CEMI has classic BC personality traits such as reacting to crazy energy (in his foster dog pack) and watching for squirrels. It is said that he reacts to livestock, so a home without horses or cattle, may be in order. CEMI has not been tested with cats.
CEMI likes to be with his people for pets, hugs and or cuddles. He likes toys and playing games with people and dog friends. CEMI has lots of energy and needs a home that provides a good amount of physical activity and mental stimulation. He also knows how to settle down in his comfy dog bed and snooze away.
CEMI travels nicely in the car, is crate-trained, sleeps the night through, and knows to go potty outside. Overall as you can see in his video, he is one sweet boy.
CEMI is micro-
CEMI is being fostered in Granite Bay in Placer County, CA.
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