I'm a Labrador Mix named Duke! Like most labs, my tail wags a lot and I like being around people. My foster Mom calls me 'Space Invader' because I'm always right by her side often pushing my way in for kisses, and I'm good at gettin' up in others business. The shelter said I was a senior, but my new vet isn't sure how old I am, because my foster Mom says I act like I'm 3. I'm very active and I go on long walks and hikes with my foster brother twice a day. I help my foster Mom around the house every day and my favorite activity is whatever my human is doing. I'm right by her side and I never get bored with indoor or outdoor activities.
I LOVE attention: kisses, petting, snuggling, and my foster Mom talking to me. I will give you my paw to say 'pet me' and 'thank you'. And don't forget to scratch my belly. I'm good on the leash and stay with the pack. I'm a strong boy but I listen and I'm rapidly learning / following commands. I like meeting other dogs and get along great with my foster siblings. I like to play sometimes with my foster brother but I'm also good at leaving my 13+ yr old foster sister alone. I've been good with kids. My foster Mom says I'm smart and can be taught to do anything. I'm potty trained, don't chew on anything, sleep on my dog bed, and I learned the doggy door and how to rattle the door tassel for a treat in one day! I'd like to find a home that wants a dog to participate in daily activities and takes me on walks. If that could be with you, apply to adopt me today!
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