energetic. As a matter of fact, as my foster mom sits here and types what I want to
say, I am jumping up to lick her face in between sentences. I just make her work
more exciting and fun when she’s at her computer. My foster mom picked me up
from a local shelter. That was a really scary place for me, but now I am doing just
fine in my foster home.
I am a good girl and trained to go potty outside. As I said before, I’m really energetic
and everything excites me! I am learning to calm down a little bit. Now, I even sit
before getting a treat. I am looking for a home with a mommy who has a calm,
loving presence, and can set some limits with me too. I get along with women really
well, but it takes me longer to warm up to men in the household. I get along fine
with the other doggies in the household. It’s hard to share my foster mom’s
attention, but it works out okay. We each get some time on her lap. I love when it’s
my turn to sit on her lap. I enjoy walks very much and am very good on a leash and
I am very loyal, and if you welcome me into your home and your heart, I will love
you forever and never leave your side. You just have to be ready for an infinite
number of doggie kisses and lots of cuddling.
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