I had a dental infection and lost all my teeth so my tongue hangs out of my mouth, my foster mom finds this ADORABLE! I still eat dry food though, and I'm not picky.
I get along with other dogs and kids that are gentle with me, I am mainly housebroke. I am not a huge fan of the cold or rain so you will have to make me go out on some of those days. Although I will go to the door and scratch when I really want to go out.
I love attention, and sitting by myself. I also like to get a little playful from time to time, I'm told I run around like a little squirrel when I get excited. I don't really play with toys, and a walk around a couple blocks is all the exercise I really need. My foster mom says I would make a great companion for pretty much anybody, because I'm so sweet and well behaved. I don't like to brag but she thinks I'm pretty perfect. I don't even bark to much, can you believe it!
My foster mom thinks I may be hard of hearing, but I'd say I'm rather selective with what I choose to be attentive too. Really I'm quite easy going and love to give kisses.
If you think you have room in your heart to give me a wonderful forever home, please contact the rescue so we can meet. My adoption fee is $250. (Seniors for Seniors $150).
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