I am house trained. Since being at my foster home, I’ve not had one accident in the house. I’m also a fast learner. I’ve learned where I’m supposed to go to eat, and when my food is set in front of me, I know that I have to wait until I’m told I can eat. They don’t make me wait long, but I wait until they say it’s okay. I also don’t have a trouble staying in a medium size crate. I do LOVE to play. I love to play with people, with other small dogs my size (bigger dogs kinda scare me a little – but I could probably learn to love them too), and I LOVE to play with toys. I also give great Millie hugs. Want to know what a Millie hug is? I put paws on either side of your neck and I lay my head down on your shoulder. I get to go weekly to a day play date with lots of other dogs. They tell my mom that I’m great with other dogs. I am very vocal when I want to play and I’ll let the other dogs know to come on and play.
If I were to have a perfect forever family – it would probably be a home with a yard I can run around in and play with an active younger boy or girl and another small dog my size that likes to play a lot. I also want to have lap time once I’ve played. I’ve been told that when I get to that special and perfect forever home, they are going to be lucky because I’m so sweet and have a lot to give. But you know, I’m going to be the lucky one.
If you feel like we might be the perfect pair (you and me), fill out an application so we can meet. We won’t know until you do.
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