Quinn is a bit rough around the edges but very sweet. He likes everyone he meets and gets along with other dogs. He has plenty of energy but is also happy to curl up on a comfy chair, be petted and shown affection. He is a quiet guy who walks well once he settles down. He would be a great dog for a quiet household. A steady diet of love and patience is needed for this boy. He will be forever grateful. (and from Amy`s blog) Quinn is such a sweetie. He’s a little bigger than what you would normally consider a “lapdog,” but Quinn’s favorite place is in his person’s lap. He joined me on the bench, put his front paws in my lap, and stayed there for a long time–even after I asked if he wanted to go for a walk! Quinn just enjoyed being in the fresh air, relaxing, and watching cars drive by. Quinn and I did eventually go on our walk, and Quinn walks nicely on the leash. He didn’t pull at all, which makes sense with his mellow personality. He would stop and sniff occasionally, but mostly stayed close to my side. Quinn gets along with other dogs and seems like a go-with-the-flow kind of pooch. Come in soon to say hello to Quinn! Get acquainted with this dog off leash in one of our family run areas. Most dogs will need to run off some energy before they settle down and get acquainted with you. Thanks!