Tank's adorable face and signature head tilt are just the start to his endearing personality. When Tank was a pup he experienced some kind of trauma that left him with a head tilt and some neurological symptoms. These things do not stop Tank from wanting to live life to the fullest, and he doesn't take any medications or have any physical limitations. In fact, when Tank is at ease and having fun his head tilt lessens! Tank loves to go for walks and romp off-leash in a safely fenced yard. He gets the zoomies sometimes, doesn't realize his strength, and play bows and jumps on his human friends in excitement. Tank occasionally barks at dogs when he's out on leash, but his attention is easily redirected by positive reinforcement training and treats. He really enjoys being with humans and has learned that checking in with his human is more rewarding than barking or lunging at dogs. Tank likes the company of other dogs and he really has a rough and tumble play style and can be vocal too, which not all dogs appreciate. Tank can take breaks from playing and relax with his dog friends, but he would prefer someone who likes to play. Also a sensitive boy, Tank is nervous when walking on certain types of flooring and prefers carpet. With patience, encouragement, and a few throw rugs, Tank is working on getting over his fear. He's also nervous about getting into cars and does not want to be lifted since he has some sensitivities when it comes to touching his stomach. Tank is looking for someone who can understand his past trauma and sensitive nature when it comes to handling and his nervousness of certain flooring, but he's also a really fun dog who bonds with people and is looking for a life of stability and joy.