I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I’m Robbie-- and I’m a handsome and cuddly bichon boy of about two who is as sweet as can be, has big black eyes and a very happy smile. (Just imagine what I will look like when my hair grows back. Mom says I’ll be a knockout.) I’m a little munchkin who weighs not quite 9 pounds and am cute, cuddly, loving, funny and playful.
My foster Mom calls me “Super Glue” because I bonded with her in about two seconds. I like to follow her everywhere and see if she can use some ‘help.’ Mom says I’m a bit of a character because I hop like a bunny when I chase a toy -and I truly like to run after toys. I haven’t exactly mastered the art of bringing them back yet. (Mom’s so good at it that I was giving her the practice- until she told me I had to return toys too.)
My doggy foster sister is a lot of fun. She has toys and likes to play – and I am learning a lot from her already. My doggy foster brother is kind of relieved that she and I can play and run and be silly together. Sometimes he thinks about joining us but most of the time he’s happy to have the couch to himself.
Within my foster home I’m a very friendly and lovable little guy. Thanks to my foster Mom and Dad and doggy foster sister I’m becoming more confident and secure and starting to understand that the world can be a safe place for little munchkins like me.
We have all these great things that we do. We get to ride in the car (I love to ride in the car! I sit between my doggy brother and sister and am calm and quiet) And we get to run in the yard, take naps (I love my new bed), sit on laps, and watch for a chance at a belly rub. Mom says I sometimes go into my crate to chew on a toy but much prefer sleeping on a lap or next to my person.
I am house-trained (Dad says I sit by the door to let him know I need to go out) and guess what? Dad says I’ve already learned some commands – like ‘sit’ and come when I’m called. ’ He says I’m so smart that there are a lot more commands he and Mom can teach me like working on ‘stay’, ‘leave it’ and ‘no’. Since I want to please, I will soon be able to master those too.
The big world outside is still pretty new and somewhat scary to me so I’m much more timid and shy outside of the house. I have to learn that the people and pups outside of the house are as kind and good as the ones I know. That will take some time and patience but I’m showing great promise already.
If I sound like the kind of furkid you are looking for, and you have another young pup or two for me to play with, please complete our application. I’ll be waiting to meet you.
Tail wags and doggy kisses,
Remarkably Receptive Robbie