Fostering in Toledo, Ohio!!
Hi everyone! My name is Cuba Libre although my foster family calls me Ortiz! I am not really sure what happened to me the first few years of my life! I was surrendered to the shelter in March with my brother (his name is Archie, check him out too he is almost as cool as me). They think we were kept outside a lot and not socialized much. I was terrified when I first got to the shelter. Thankfully PAWS came along and now I am a PAWS dog!
I am still a little fearful especially when I first am getting to know people. I guess you could call me a bit of an introvert. The good new is that I am opening up and have come really far in my foster home! I even go on walks now! I used to hide in the corner but not anymore!! I am potty trained and crate trained. Recently I have been getting to stay out in the house because I have done so well in my crate and I haven't even torn anything up!!
I have three foster siblings and we all get along great! My foster family isn't really cat people so I'm not sure what I would think of them. I also haven't been around children but my family thinks I would do fine with dog savvy kids.
If you give me a chance I guarantee I will be your best friend! Feel free to email my foster mom (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want more information on me!
Name: Cuba Libre (Ortiz)
Breed: Terrier Mix
Age: 4 years
Weight: 22 pounds
Vaccinations: Up to date
BASED ON OUR OBSERVATIONS:
Good with Dogs: Yes- currently fostering with 4 other dogs
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: Unknown
Adoption Donation: $450
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