Pupdate..... I'm doing extremely well! I will be three years young on July 25th. Since I've been in foster care I've learned so much. My foster Mom tells me all the time that I'm the smartest boy she's ever met. I am a very good listener and I love to learn new commands. Anything my foster Mom asks of me, I'm sure to listen; especially if she gives me a treat. I LOVE treats and being told that I'm a "good boy". When my foster brother Dezi and I are out playing I love to do "zoomies". I run SUPER fast and he can never, ever catch me. He enjoys chasing me, but he'll never catch me. I'm 100% house and crate trained. I learned to ring the bell on the door when I want to go outside. I'm such a funny goof ball, that even if the door is open, I will ring the bell and sit by the door until my foster Mom tells me I'm a good boy....hehehe
I get along with all my foster siblings, even Chip "the grumpy old man". He's 14 years old rat terrier and he is always grumpy. I like to give the pups kisses all over their faces and even he can not resist my charm.
I struggle a little when I meet strangers. As long as they understand what I need and are patient I will come around and love them as much as I love my foster Mom. It just takes me some time to make sure everyone is worthy of my love. I am extremely lovable, and I enjoy being held, especially at night when things are quiet. Since I need people who understand and can maintain an "predictable" environment, a household with children is not the place for me. As much as I love to love them it's not a good situation for me. All in all, I'm a super sweet guy that needs a family who can understand my needs. In return I will fill your heart and home with love and joy.
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