Meet Spot, a neutered male Treeing Walker Coonhound mix who is 3.5 years old. When Spot first arrived at ARF, he was the original "wild man," with little knowledge of good dog manners. However, he's come a long way. He's even gone home once or twice, but sadly has been brought back. Why, you ask? Well ... Spot is kind of like one of those people who look at children and say, "Ooooh, I love you so much I could just eat you up!" and then pretend to gnaw on the child's arm or hand ... Unfortunately, while this may seem cute or funny as a human personality trait, it's not quite so acceptable in a dog. You see, Spot gets so excited to interact with people, that he sometimes grabs them by the arm or ankle, and lightly chomps down. He's not vicious ... just a fellow who needs a parent's loving hand to teach him this behavior is not acceptable. We hope you might be just the person who can accept Spot with this minor flaw. As you can see in his photo, he definitely understands "Sit!" Won't you give this handsome boy the home he's been waiting for so long? Spot's adoption fee of $90 includes lab work, current vaccination, a microchip, and 6 months' worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative.