I already knew how to sit, stay, lay down, shake and speak before I came to live with my foster mom. And she thinks its so cute, she kind of goes overboard on giving me treats and Ive gained a few extra pounds living with her. I have a TON of foster siblings and I love them all! My human foster sister is 3 years old and thinks Im a pretty neat pillow. I also live with a 6 pound tripod dog and 3 other big dogs like me, and I really like cuddling right in the middle of all of them. I try to eat the chickens though. They just make so much noise when you chase them, I cant resist.
Ive got to be honest though, guys... Im a pretty big couch potato. I love nothing more than laying around on a comfy couch near my people. But I walk great on a leash when we go for walks. I also get kind of bored when Im left home alone so my foster mom kennels me. After she figured out how to keep me from breaking out (zip ties - lots of zip ties!) Ive decided kennels arent so bad and now I even sleep in it when everyone is home and the door is open. I REALLY love tennis balls too! So much so that if you let me keep it after you throw it, I tear them apart! I hope my new home has tennis balls, and couches and someone special to love me!
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