My name is Shep. I've been told that I act like the 3 stooges- but I don't know who they are?? I am 12 months old, a Shep/Lab/Boxer mix and I weight around 75lbs. I currently live with my step sisters Gema (a Cane Corso 110lbs) and Kit (2 yr old cat). Mom usually has to work so we are left alone 7-8 hours and once she was stuck in traffic and it was a littler longer.
I'm good at waiting to go outside to go potty. I did have a few accidents when I first moved here but that hasn't happened in a long time. I also love to run around in the back yard. She is teaching me fetch but I still don't trust with giving her the ball....Everytime I do she throws it and I have to run really fast to get it before my sister does. I've tried catching the ball in the air but it hits me on my nose...
We keep busy during the day by sleeping and chewing on marrow bones. I still try and take my sisters bone. She acts like it's REALLY tasty but when I get it, it really isn't. Mom sometimes fills them with peanut butter and they are cold. I Wuv them!!
Sometimes I sleep with her on the bed at night. We try and warm the bed for her but she is always telling us to move.
A few times I was really bored and missed her. I found her shoes and when I felt lonley I started chewing them. She wasn't happy when she found out but she forgave me.
She said I could send some pictures of myself to you. I hope you like me. I would like to meet you and sniff you too.
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