Hi there! They call me Mama Jazy. Probably because when I came into rescue, I had my 8 babies with me. My foster mom tells me that I did such an awesome job taking care of them, and that if I am patient enough, I will be "adopted" too! I have been in my foster home for over 5 months now, and since then, my foster mom has taught me the proper place to go potty and I have learned to use a crate. Its not my favorite place to be, but I need to be in a crate when my foster family leaves the house because I miss them so much when they are gone and my crate helps me behave. If you give me a nice, tasty treat, I will go in. I just love attention and being with my people! I like being with all people, as long as they are petting me or giving me belly rubs! I am currently working on sharing attention with my foster fur sister. I am also learning what they call "leash manners" and a special lady is coming to my foster home to help me with these things. I love to run and play with toys, especially ones that squeak! Playing tug is one of my new favorite pasttimes. But I am also pretty happy with a nice bone to chew. I think that snuggling up close next to my foster mom is my most favorite thing though. She calls me her "champion snuggler." She told me that is it one of the best parts of her day. If you are looking for a dog that will make you laugh, I'm your girl. I still chase my tail like a puppy when I get excited! All I want is a family to call my own. One that will love me and be patient with me as I learn a new way of life. I promise that in return I will give you a love that you could never imagine possible!
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