Lewis came in like a wreeeeeeeckinggg baaaaaaaaaaalll to his foster home in all the best ways! In a past life, he lived locked in a cage all day in a garage by himself. So the second he saw there were multiple humans to love on him and other dogs to play with, he was thrilled! We're not sure he's ever had the opportunity to socialize so much, but he was ready to have some fun right away. And he also loves to snuggle up close and cuddle at every opportunity. No matter how big this boy gets, he will always want to be your lap dog.
Despite his negative past with a crate, Lewis still really doesn't mind sleeping in one at night and while his fosters are out of the house. Just give him some cozy blankets and maybe something to chew on and he's a happy camper. He's still working on potty training, but he's getting the hang of it and is picking up nicely on following a routine and the other dogs in his foster home. Lewis loves to play with other dogs, but because he missed some really important socialization opportunities when he was younger, he is still learning doggy body language (especially when they say 'no thank you'). Any dog in his forever home should be ok with playful puppy energy and maybe a little bit of humping while Lewis is learning better ways to deal with 'big feelings.'