I adopted this beauty from a shelter 80 miles away, I asked the man to see the dog that had been there the longest. My Crosby had been in that shelter for over 2 years, why I have NO IDEA. He was labeled as a shepherd mix but when I looked into his two mismatched eyes (one eye is actually half white half brown) I knew there was more to his story than we'd ever know. He is so docile and submits to children so easily it's adorable to watch, he wants to be the center of attention. He talks to me with many "awoo's" and "woah's!" throughout the week, he is DRAMATIC and loves loves LOVES car rides, doesn't matter if it's to the store or around the block, he will go from dead asleep to negative chill almost climbing the walls in excitement (if you take too long he begins to do the Husky yell). He is a character and he loves feircly, he hardly barks but when he does it ends with a "woo" and it usually alerts us because well, he doesn't particularly like letting other know he's there. He's the type of dog we found out sat by and watched the maintentnce man come in and fix our light, he never made a sound and he scared poor Julio half to death, he was just watching him, but me and Julio both knew if Crosby had thought for a second he was a threat, Julio would be...well not in good shape. If you EVER get the opportunity to have a dog like this, PLEASE DO! They are so full of personality and just love being like Velcro to their masters (potty breaks aren't acceptable alone y'know).