et me guess: You like to jump into sweats as soon as you get home or even walk around in your undies? And did I mention with messy hair? Or you watch trash TV or stare at the wall imaging a perfect sunset? Well, that might make a lesser dog than I, Sarge, have second thoughts about coming to live with you and love you, but not me! That's because my heart is SO ENORMOUS and my potential for devotion is PRACTICALLY BOTTOMLESS and also...well, I can't see. That's right, I'm practically blind! But I know how to figure my way around once I've done it a few times with your help. My foster mom has trained me to be pretty much perfect, and I'll just snooze away happily at night while you watch whatever you like or just sit in the dark. Tell me that's not a relationship made in HEAVEN! Tell me you're not frantically reading these words, thinking, "MY GOD! I must find out how to adopt this dog RIGHT THIS VERY MINUTE!" Calm down, I have all the information you need to adopt me, or share me with some other homeless chic dressing person who needs me in their life. Sarge is definitely a special boy, but he makes my heart melt. He loves people, loves to play, loves his dinner and his treats. He gets excited to walk with you, to sit with you, to rest his head upon your lap on a couch or the bed, listen to the sound of your voice and just be with you. He is a bit uncoordinated at times, but it is an endearing charm. Give Sarge a chance - he is worth it and longs to be in his own family.
He is lovable and funny and takes the world in stride - we could all take a lesson from Sarge!
He still circles when he is excited or nervous, but we go for real walks! He loves to play with his toys and play with his foster brothers and sisters. He has a very special personality and loves to be near his people. Sarge has glaucoma and needs daily drops to keep his pressure down. He is house and crate trained and loves snuggling with his people. email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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