In any case, he’s unique and very cute.
Syd was on the run for two weeks, and the animal control officers couldn’t catch him. Scared and lost, and hungry, after a while, he started to reach out to people, and ended up jumping right into the animal control officer’s van.
He is sweet and gentle, and has medium/low energy and capable of a leisurely walk, but doesn’t need a ton of exercise. He gets along fine with other dogs, but is more people oriented.
Syd is the type of dog that wants to cling to his people like a little shadow. He would be a great starter dog for a home that needs a calm, gentle, experienced dog or for someone who wants a bigger dog, but needs to have something small for size restrictions
He’s on the smaller side, but is not a couch potato like a lap breed.
For more information on Syd, or other pets that need homes, contact Protectors of Animals.