I was on my own for a really long time, at least a year by the vets guess. No one really knows for sure how long, but one thing is for sure I got used to it and learned a lot from it. I am a champion escape artist... windows, screens, car doors, fences... They don't phase me if im nervous. When I first came to my foster family I was so scared and nervous. I didn't like being inside. First chance I got, I escaped and took myself on a six mile jog. Since then I have gotten very comfortable being in the house. I'll ask to go outside and then I promptly want back in. I love my foster siblings. They have been my security blanket. I am getting better, but I still get nervous when I don't have one of them around. For this reason my foster mom says I would do best in a home with another dog. Long days alone would just be too trying for me and I need a fenced-in yard, a big one. I LOVE kids! I'm a gentle giant who will happily lay my head in a little ones lap and let them love on me all day long. I am crate trained, but I haven't had to stay in one for a long time. I'm happy just laying on my bed. I'm house broken, microchipped, fully vetted and I have completed all of my heartworm treatment. My foster mom says that it's now my turn to find MY FURever family. I am really excited, but a little scared too... I've had a really hard life. It's really important that I find a family that's going to love me and take care of me the way I deserve.
Are you interested in adopting Rambler or another JCAPL pet you have seen? You'll need to start by completing an adoption application, available online at our website: www.jcapl.org. There is no obligation to adopt by completing an application, however, we do recommend submitting an application as soon as you find an animal you are interested in. We review applications in the order they are received.
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