Hi, I'm Hawkeye my foster mom calls me Happy because that best describes my personality. My foster mom says I am 100% pure love. I don't have any mean bones in my body. I love to run and leap and play but even more I love to snuggle with my foster mom. I sit on her lap and supervise her typing, snuggle next to her when she is watching TV or sleeping. I am 50 lbs but I am pretty sure I am supposed to be a lap dog. My life was so difficult before she took me in so I love to know she is near. I am potty trained and crate trained. I have all my shots, I am neutered and microchipped. I live with a 6 year old dog and a 15 year old dog. It took me a while to realize my oldest brother did not want to play with me but I still lick and sniff him every now and then. I play nice with my other brother. I love kids but may be to strong for a toddler. I love food and I am willing to do a lot to get some so you may be able to train me. I was very skinny and sickly when I first met my foster mom but she made me all better so I am willing to find a new home with a loving master that will let me cuddle when I want. If you are looking for unconditional love, let me know because that is what I am best at. Please contact my foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org . I do not like cats or squirrels so I will always protect you from them. You will be safe with me.
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