Guess who has the cutest little babyface? The right answer is obviously the puppy currently known as Babyface. And Babyface's babyface is eager to light up your life everyday forever once he becomes a part of your family.
Babyface is a typically playful boy, but he's also quite the conversationalist. When you talk to him, he seems to understand what you're saying. He'll tilt his adorable, squishy face to the side as he soaks it all in, looking you in the eyes all the while, as if to say, 'I get you. Tell me more. I'm all ears, buddy.' When you're done, he might even offer you a little bark of his own. Babyface understands that a friend is always there to listen and offer positive feedback.
Of course, Babyface also needs someone who understands where he's coming from. He definitely wants someone who can spend time helping him get socialized and take him on long walks. He does pretty well on a leash, but he can be a bit skittish around new people and dogs. Babyface has made amazing strides since arriving at APA, and it's clear that with some TLC, he's going to make an amazing companion for someone.
Given that Babyface's favorite volunteers swear he can speak human, it shouldn't take long to get him up to speed once he joins the fam. Come on down to APA and tell Babyface,'Hi.' And don't be surprised when he seems to know what you're saying and convinces you he's the dog you've always needed.
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