Harry thoroughly enjoys playing other canines and thrives on some canine rough and tumble. Harry will need to live with an active female medium/large companion.
He can be timid and fearful in new situations and therefore requires someone who has experience in building a dog’s confidence. It can take Harry some time to feel comfortable, but once his barrier is down, he is a ball of energy and fun - this is another reason he will need to share his life with a canine mate to help build his confidence. Once you have earnt Harry's trust he thinks he is small enough to be a lap dog! We also think Harry would live with a cat as he seems a little afraid of them and backs away!
Harry would require a more adult home (older teenagers) with someone who has experience with large breeds.