I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Hi Guys, my name is Jameson and I am 2 years old. I am a Bichon/King Cavalier mix. How about you pull up a chair and I tell you my story. You know how they say don’t judge its book by its cover … well, that’s what you need to do for me. See, my “cover” my coat/fur is not so great right now that’s because I just got groomed – see, for the first time in my whole life … we think. Let’s go back to my 1st Chapter. My owners contacted the nice people at IAR for help. They couldn’t take care of me so they asked for help. The nice people at IAR not only help dogs that are in the shelters but they also help dogs who are in homes that need help and I sure did need help. See, my owners weren’t taking care of me. They tried but didn’t know how. They bought me at a store & I even have something called “papers” – I don’t really care about those papers because I can’t read but I was kept in my crate a lot. When the nice lady came to collect me she took me right away to this other nice lady that groomed me. It was so nice because I could finally move my head. Now, I am all better and I can run around and play. I am learning to play and be a dog. I am learning a lot of new things that some puppies learn when they are babies; that I am learning at my wise age of 2 years old. But I’m learning – really I am. My foster Mom is teaching me this thing called potty training and I’m catching it; slowly. I will learn eventually, I know it because I’m smart and awfully cute. I like other dogs but I’m sort hesitant with big dogs, little dogs no problem. I also like kids – who knew? Being that I was never around them but I like them. I’m a little skittish around new people but I warm up to them eventually. My foster Mom thinks that is because I was never socialized by people at my old place. But she is showing me how to trust people and build a bond and I really like that. Know what I would really like? Is that someone would see past my “book cover” and see that there is a little boy here that really deserves a good home. I have a long life ahead of me and I know I have so much to offer. The nice people at IAR think so – that’s why they saved me! So how about you call my foster Mom for a Meet & Greet, we can meet each other and I can go home with you? See you soon, Jameson.
Jameson is located in his foster home in Lindenhurst.