Tempo came to us from an animal shelter some time ago. As you can tell from his pictures, Tempo has some deformities on the top of his head which results in a "scrunched up" look. He also has some small behaviors that lead us to believe that he has some degree of Vestibular Disease (a genetic neurological issue) although he functions quite normally. Tempo is energetic and would do great in an active household that also has the time to put in some training. He is very loving with people and welcoming of affection. When it comes to other dogs, his behavior can be hit-or-miss. He can be playful with some but he doesn't like others so he should have careful socialization time with a Dobie-savvy caretaker.