Stinky, photo by Joel Skelton
You can change his name when you adopt him. "Stinky" refers to the aroma he sported when he showed up looking for food and shelter at my neighbor's place. It's better than "All Bones," which would also have suited him.
I met Stinky out walking in the neighborhood. He's learning the rules of being a good dog. He doesn't need to learn to be around people. He loves people.
Here are some links. Check him out (and be sure to watch the videos).
* A full page of photos and video at http://joelsk.smugmug.com/Stinky
* A public facebook post here: http://goo.gl/5JPqUU
* A more professionally worded page here: http://goo.gl/EpEDxd
Stinky needs a home where he's the only child and only dog. He's young and powerful and you will need to be his alpha.
And by the time you meet him he will have had his shots and some of his male accoutrements will be long gone.
Poor Stinky. All he needs is love and guidance. And maybe some painkillers, just for today.