He’s lived his whole life in one house with one kid and multiple cats. He’s crate trained, knows “sit, shake, double high five.” UTD on shots, neutered, crate trained, potty trained, and can use a doggy door. It is best if his crate is in a separate room than the living area because he shows signs of possession with his crate (he has spent the majority of his 6 years in it). He is 100% okay when you put him in and take him out of it. He jumps some on people, a habit his previous owner didn’t correct. Since being in our house, he has learned to sit when excited if he wants pets.