I am a very good and sweet boy. I am completely house broken and hold it until I can be taken outside (within reason of course. Everyone has his limits.). I am not an “in your face” or “nervous” chi. I prefer to curl up next to you on the couch instead of being in your lap all the time. Don’t take that to mean I am standoff-ish – I am not. I want to be next to you as much as possible – I just don’t have to be smack dab in the middle of your lap. I do not jump up on the couch, but wait for you to tell me it is okay by picking me up. I love to sleep snuggled up with you at night.
I enjoy my walks. My original dad would often take me walking without a lead (this is NOT recommended for the safety of any dog), and would let me run around but I would stay close to him and come right back when called if I wondered too far. I do like to have my little bursts of “zoom-zoom” to expend my energy, and then I am good with being a cozy couch potato the rest of the day.
I get along well with the other foster dogs in the home, as long as they don’t accidentally lay on me, and then I snarl to tell them to be aware of where I am. I am an older boy, but don’t let that fool you, I have lots of life and love yet to give.
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