Quentin is a 6 year old neutered male parti-colored cocker spaniel. He is liver and white and weighs 24 pounds. He has been my foster for over a month now. When I got him, he had bladder and ear infections that have been healed now. He has been neutered and had a dental also. He is up to date on all his shots. We have been working on a little training and can now sit and stay for his food. He is working hard on his housebreaking and I have seen some progress. But it was hard when he didn’t feel well. He continues to wear a belly band when inside. I have three other dogs, all larger than him, and he gets along with them great. He loves running around with one or all of them. He would do best in a home with other dogs. I don’t know about cats or children, but he is so laid back I think he would do fine. Quentin needs to go to a home where his people are around most of the time. He has displayed some separation anxiety but having other dogs around seems to help with that. He does not enjoy his crate and will often tear up his bedding if left inside it. At nighttime he prefers to sleep in the bedroom with his pack. Quentin is excited to find a patient adopter who can continue his training and help him gain some confidence! He is a sweet, independent little guy, always by my feet and following me around the house. He’s a good watchdog, as he alerts me to any strange noises. His little stub of a tail never stops wagging.