This Hurricane Harvey survivor is always extremely wiggly and happy. He loves meeting new people and making new friends at the Sanctuary. A real sweetheart, he enjoys attention and cuddling. Because he has been working on overcoming jumpy/mouthy behavior, he carries a toy with him on walks, which is extremely cute. He's made great progress at the Sanctuary, but he will need a person who is willing to continue working with his jumpy/mouthiness if he regresses a bit in a new, exciting environment. Woody was born in 2013 and would do best in an active, adult-only home. He has done well with dogs the same size or bigger than him at Dogtown, though he takes a bit to warm up to new dogs. Because of his prey drive, he cannot play with or live with dogs who are smaller than him. Woody underwent a lot of medical tests in Houston, and he is no longer a fan of medical handling. He does not like to be physically restrained, and if he is he will snap at the people around him. Woody is working on muzzle training at the Sanctuary to help with future vet visits. The muzzle work is progressing quickly, but he will need to keep practicing to stay comfortable with it. In the right home, Woody will make a wonderful companion.