Hi! My name is Pichu. I am a very happy and excited puppy. I am very curious by nature so my foster mommy keeps lots of things out of my reach. I have lots of toys to play with. I enjoy a chicken flavored rawhide bone very much. I can play with treat balls. They are so much fun. I also love to run a lot. I am never left alone outside but I really like my outdoor time. I have a big backyard to run in. Squirrels and cats run through the yard when I am inside. I can smell them when I go out, I can't find them but it sure is fun trying. I am not fully potty trained but I am getting better at it. I am crate trained but only at bedtime.
My name is Anna. I am Pichu's foster mom. When she first came into my home, she was very nervous. She has become more friendly and barks a little more now. She alerts me to things I can not hear. I like that. She has an unusual amount of energy for a small dog. I get tired watching her. She would be a great addition to an active family.
If you would like to fill out an online application for her. I would be happy to consider you for her. If you have additional questions please feel free to email me at email@example.com My preferred method of contact is by email so please check your email for a response from me. I try to respond back as quickly as possible.
Thank you for your interest in my foster puppy.
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