I just graduated Puppy Obedience and I'm starting Basic Obedience very soon. I really like being in class, even though I need some distance from other dogs. My foster mom says I'm very smart too! I know sit, down, come, drop it and I know how to sit and wait patiently for you to set my food down. I even know the command, "go to crate", which my foster mom uses when she goes to work. I don't mind my crate, as long as I have something to keep me occupied, like a kong or an antler. Otherwise, I try to get her to stay by barking and crying loudly.
My foster mom says I need an experienced family, either one that has had a dog that didn't like other dogs, or a family that can understand that I do not want other dog friends. This doesn't mean I have to stay in the house all the time, it just means that you and I need to work together to avoid me meeting other dogs. I love to go for walks and I'm okay when I see other dogs, but sometimes I need a toy or a treat to distract me. I'm also in class with other dogs, but I prefer if they keep their distance, so that means no dog parks and no doggie day care with other dogs. If you have any questions about, please contact Furry Friends Network!
Update 12/14/2015. Hey everyone, I'm Olaf. I'm about 4 months old and I'm all white with a couple brown spots on my ears, nose and toes. I was found as a stray, so they think I'm some sort of Pit Mix. I just started Puppy Obedience Class and I'm learning a lot of new commands and tricks. I'm also still learning how to tell my foster mom that I have to go potty; I'll get the hang of it soon!
When it comes to my future home, I'd like one with an adult family who is familiar with Pit Bulls. I'd also like a house without little kids because I like to bite and chew and I don't always know my own strength. Even though I'm young, I've learned that I would prefer a home where I am the only dog and probably no kitties either.
I can be around other dogs like I am in class now, but I just don't know the difference between what is play and what is not. So all I want is a family to love me and continue to take me to classes so I can learn lots of great things. In return, I promise to love you enough that you won't need any other pets!
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