Pecan is still what we'd consider as a special case. When this big nugget first came into care, he bolted from his first foster and spent a few days on the run in the woods nearby. It was a nearby doggy daycare that opened their gates and welcomed him in. He loves other dogs. He still has a heightened fear of people but has adjusted slowly to his foster and her husband. This big guy needs a home with no live in children. He is easily scared and kids are unpredictable. He needs adults that will take it easy while he learns your routine and builds up trust with you. Definitely be good to have another dog to show him the ropes and build up his confidence. He is crate trained and with his belly band on has not had any accidents in the house. He really needs a secure, fenced in back yard as it takes awhile to trust humans. He will walk on a leash once he's comfortable, but he will not potty while on a leash. He likes to come up for pets and he does not mind his foster brushing him. He likes to follow his foster mom around wherever she goes so he will be dedicated to his humans. He will play outside with his golden doodle brother by running and chasing. Pecan has also been going to their business and he is seeing more people with no barking and just a bit of curiosity. Whoever adopts him needs to know that they will have to earn his trust and he will love them unconditionally for it.