Objectives. My objective is to work collaboratively with my foster mom to find the perfect home! I want to continue to grow in my new home and am willing to work hard. I am hoping to find a quiet home without too much activity.
Summary of I have been living with my foster mom for six months and have developed
Qualifications. Skills that I would like to bring to my new position in my forever come. I know “sit,“ “lay down“, “no” and have made quite some progress with “come.” I work really well as a team with dogs of any size and age and even cats! I know how to kennel up when my current supervisor is leaving the use and say goodbye as she leaves! I walk really well on a harness and leash and really enjoy doing so!
Education. So far, I have not attended any schooling but I would really love to attend training and graduate with flying colors. One of the biggest thing I need to work on is adjusting to new people coming to my home. I really like to bark when I see new people because I just get so nervous but I am absolutely positive that with patient people, I can learn that new people are exciting and I don’t need to get nervous.
Professional. My professional experiences include, but are not limited to: cuddling, experience playing in pools, playing with dogs, eating treats, running incredibly fast around my yard and improving on my listening skills.
Memberships Alumni. None yet, but hope to earn a membership to the Ruff Start Rescue Alumni.
Language Fluent dog and can recognize and comply with some English words.
References My current supervisor, my foster mom, would be more than happy to provide references upon request.
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