Tucker's foster calls him 'the gentle giant,' and while he's not that big, he definitely outweighs his frenchie foster siblings! And in fact, what she loves most about him, is even when the other dogs are being sassy to him or don't want him in their space, sweet Tucker never fights back. He just sticks out his pouty lip and quietly walks away to lay down. Tuck really is such a happy, special guy who really prefers to just be where you are and nap nearby vs playing. He's a simple dude who just wants an easy life and humans to love him.
Tucker would be happy living with or without other friendly dogs -- whatever makes YOU happiest! He's very friendly, likes to sniff his new dog buddies, and then is just happy to see them and have them around house. He may not be much of a playmate for another dog, and really is just content co-existing and napping together. Tucker's foster notes he is a little head shy and nervous around loud noises and sounds. We don't know much about his past or why this is the case, but we do think an adults only home is best for him. Tuck also takes a week or so to warm up to his new humans, in terms of allowing them to wipe his folds, feet, etc. So we think adults, who are able to read his body language and adjust accordingly, really are best for him.