When Ramzi first came to his foster home, he was very shy and unsure of himself. Within a day, he was running happily around the yard with the other dogs, coming to his foster family for pets and cuddles, and "play bowing" to the other dogs to entice them to play. Soon after that, some friends came to visit, and Ramzi was happy and welcoming, especially to their baby son, who Ramzi adored and was very gentle with. Translation: In a loving environment, Ramzi will quickly blossom into a happy and affectionate boy.
Ramzi loves to play with ropes, balls, stuffed animals, and squeaky toys. He finds a toy to carry around and take back to his crate when he doesn’t have a game of chase to participate in. Ramzi is quickly building up his rear leg muscles. He appears to have been crated a majority of his puppyhood. This is most likely due to a healed leg injury. His rear leg was broken and required surgery to place pins, but this causes him no problems now. Come see him run and play and you will see what we mean!
Ramzi has a big boy bark, and is vocal about when he needs to go outside. He is house trained, crate trained, and walks well on a leash. Ramzi is great with other dogs. He just needs to get to know them, and then he is eager to play. Ramzi LOVES children! He was delighted when a family with a toddler came to visit his foster home. He was extremely gentle and protective, walking as closely to the baby as possible, and constantly keeping an eye on him.
If you are looking for a sweet, happy, affectionate young family dog, who really seems to love children, you have found him here!