I’m a senior 'boy' named Matt but I still have a boyish disposition. I have been at FOHA, well, how long is forever? It has been a long time. Five years at least. I came to FOHA when a little girl rescued me after I was chained outside for 6 years. I was in foster for a time, but my foster dad had to move because of the rough economic times. Back to FOHA for me where I have been ever since. While I have a nice cottage in the long-term Village with a comfy love seat, I secretly long to spend my twilight years in a loving home, getting the attention I thrive on. When I was in foster care, I enjoyed long naps, lounging around the house, and taking daily walks. I love people of all ages, from wee little babies to senior citiziens. Other dogs and cats? Not so much. Since I was chained during my formative years, I never had the opportunity to be 'social'.
I promise if you take me home, I will greet you with a smiling face and a wagging tail when you walk through the door. I like soft, cuddly blankets and beds to rest on and a safe place to hide during thunder storms. Boy do I hate those storms. I shake all over. I like being brushed and getting a good belly rub. I’m already housetrained and very well-behaved. I am available to be adopted or permanently fostered. Come and meet me. You won't be disappointed.
To view Matt's FOHA page http://foha.org/index.php?id=27&petid=87
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