Hi! My name is Bodhi. I am about 2.5 years old. Last time I weighed myself, I was about 55 pounds. I am currently being fostered in a home with a toddler, and nine-year-old and two cats. There is also another dog…things went really well for a while but, we stopped getting along. We have some drama. My foster parents would love to keep me but, they don’t want us to argue around the kiddos. I totally get it. We are big guys.
I would love to find a fur-ever home with someone who doesn’t have another dog. I do love kids though; I wouldn’t mind that at all. I can get used to cats if you introduce us properly. I am crate trained, house trained, neutered, micro-chipped and my shots are up-to-date. I sit and stay and go right to my bed, when asked. I LOVE to go for long walks. I use a gentle leader and sometimes wear a backpack. Jogging is my favorite. I move like a gazelle! I have a big back yard at my current home so, if you have one too, that would be awesome!! Oh, and I love to chase that red dot…I thinks it’s for the cats but, they don’t care about it.
Things you should know. I get carsick. I usually get sick once and then I am fine after that. I try to hold it but it always happens when I’m about a block away from my destination. My foster mom just brings a towel in the car; she thinks it’s kind of funny.
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