Hi! My name is Wonder but my foster parents call me Henry (like Regarding Henry). I can't hear but I do respond to some hand signals. I love living in a house and staying close to my people! I do very well in a crate but don't really need one. I like chewing on Nyla bones, tossing them in the air and pouncing on them. Sometimes when I wake up all I need is to see my foster mom and then I plop back down and go back to sleep. My foster parents say that I am a bit "touched in the head" but I don't know what that means....probably that I am super smart! Sometimes I get very excited around other dogs and will run in circles around them...that gives me a lot of exercise but the other dogs sometimes get tired of it. Since I get so excited, my foster parents don't take me to adoption days where there are a lot of dogs. I would do great as a single dog in a family where people love to have a velcro dog just follow them around and pet me. I have allergies to dust mites and have to get shots so I don't itch. My foster mom gives them to me and I take it like a champ. They think it's cute when I run because my ears flop up and down like the Flying Nun. I would really love to find my forever home! Please consider me.
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