Hi! I'm Dallas, an approx. 4 year old mixed breed dog. I'm a very sweet girl, but I must admit, I can also be very timid. It didn't take me long at all to warm up to my foster mom and bond with her. But as much as I really love my foster mom, what I really want is my very own home. You see, all I really want to do is just hang around the house with someone. I get pretty scared outside and would much rather play with my toys in the house or snooze by your feet. That's really all I want, is my very own person to love me. We could be the best of friends!
I do get scared of new people, but like I said, it didn't take me long to learn to trust my foster mom, so if you adopt me, I know I will do the same with you. MABB has this really cool thing that they send to all of their adopters called the two-week shutdown and I want you to read it. This will make me feel safe when I go to a new home:
Did I also mention how much I love my crate? My foster mommy says that she's never met a dog who is better crate trained. When I first met my foster mom, if I felt scared, I'd go into my crate. But now I just sleep in there when my foster mom isn't home. I'm also a very, very easy, quiet, obedient dog. I really just want to please and make my person happy. The video above is the real me: happy, silly, lovable Dallas!
Foster mom has fostered a ton of dogs over the years and reports that I've been a very good girl and quite easy to care for. I don't require a lot of exercise and again, would much rather hang around the house with you. I sometimes hang out with the other dog in my foster home but what I'd really want is my very own home where I can be the only pet.
If you think you'd like to meet me, go to the website and fill out the application! The rescue ladies will then contact you and set up the meeting. www.midatlanticbullybuddies.org. I'm spayed, microchipped and vaccinated. And my adoption fee has been waived and is sponsored by a very generous donor!
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