Hi, my new name is Berkeley. New name, new start. I was brought to animal control picked up as a stray. No one came to claim me which made me sad, but my new foster mom and dad showed up to rescue me. God put my previous owners in my past and my new foster parents in my future. I’m a spiritual guy and trust his decisions. Seems things are already looking up for me since I’ve already been brought to the vet to address medical issues. Seems I don’t have vision in my right eye due to an untreated ruptured ulcer. It doesn’t hurt me now that it’s cleaned up and no longer crusty. I also got my shots and a heartworm test. Seems God was looking out for me on the streets since I tested negative.
There are two other pups here at my foster home and one is playful so we have made friends ad play together. I get to sleep in the big bed with foster mom, foster dad and the other two furbabies. I don’t have a mean bone in my body and will even share my food with the others if they walk over want to see if I’m eating something different from them. I absolutely love playing with toys and do not tear them up.
I currently wear a belly band so foster mom can teach me to go outside instead of inside. I do well when let out often enough. I do like being with my people and will jump up on the sofa to sit beside you and do not mind at all if you want to rub and love on me.
I will say that I’m not a huge fan of the baths, trimming, nail clipping, blow drying, etc. Just really was never focused on like that before, so it will take some time for me to get that cave man mentality out of my mind. So trips to the groomer may prove stressful for a while on everyone involved. Since I do like to ride in the car, the trip to the groomer will be fine. Lol
The vet estimated my age at 9 years, so like fine wine, I’ve aged to perfection. So, who out there wants to love a perfected, not-so-perfect man with a lot of love and devotion to give?
1/29/15 - BIO COMING SOON!
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